An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases in the Several Courts of Common Law in Ireland, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases in the Several Courts of Common Law in Ireland, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1842 edition. Excerpt: ...of the assignee of the cognizee, under an English Commission of Bankruptcy. Bailey v. M'Can, (Ex.) 2 Jones, 2'23. Queere--whether the court will order satisfaction to be entered on a judgment (the amount due having been tendered and refused) where the grounds of the refusal of the tender are explicitly stated, and the application to the court made in sufficient time? Quinn v. Eastwood, (q. B.) 2 J. & S. 86.--Chittick v. Balfour, (c. P.) Ibid. 88, -. The court refused to make an order on the plaintiff, to execute warrants to satisfy two judgments, and for liberty to lodge a sum alleged by the defendant to be due, where it appeared that there was a difference as to time, to which interest was to be paid, and also that the defendant had been guilty of laches in not making an earlier application. Quinn v. Eastwood, (d-B.) 2 T. L. R. 165--See III.--Priority Of. An unregistered deed is not, by the operation of the 6 A. Ir. c. 2, s. 5, void at law as against a subsequent judgment, except in the case where the judgment is followed by a deed which is registered. A judgment docketed after the execution, but before the registration of a deed, has not priority to it. Therefore, where a deed was executed on the 3d February, and registered on the 5th, and a judgment on the bond of the grantor was entered and docketed also on the 5th February, but at a previous hour: Held, that the judgment had not priority to the deed. Lawless v. Kenny (k. B.) 1 H. and B. 377. 1V.--Amendment. An old judgment amended by changing the initial letter It. into K. in the name of the cognizor--the judgment being docketed anew, as of the present term. Smith v. Kelly, (k. B.) Bat. 588. Judgment of revival may be amended by being made to correspond in amount with the original...show more

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