The Australian Law Times Volume 15-16

The Australian Law Times Volume 15-16

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...1894, respectively. Replies thereto were delivered on the 15th May. The case came on for hearing on the 22nd June Mr. Goldsmith and Mr. Webb--Ware for the plaintifis. I-'llr. Topp for the defendant Ryan. Mr. Higgins for the defendant Snowball. lllr. Maacwell asked to be allowed to be heard on behalf of the defendant Briggs. lllr. Goldsmith contended that Briggs had no locus stanuli at the hearing, not having delivered a statement of defence. He referred to Order 27, rr. ll, 12. HOLROYD, J., refused to hear counsel for Briggs. The case was part heard on June 22nd, and resumed on June 25th, when Mr. Maxwell renewed his application. He stated that in the interval Briggs had delivered a statement of defence. HOLROYD, J., however, refused the application. Solicitors for plaintifis, Malleson, England and Stewart; for defendant Ryan, Crisp and Cameron; for defendant Snowball, Brahe and Gair. Transfer of Land Act 1890, (No. 1149) ss. 47, 209Assm'ance_/und, contribution to--Discretion of commiesion.er---Grounds of commissioner's directian--Refusal to set forth. Semble, that although the Commissioner of Titles has a discretion in directing an applicant to contribute an additional sum of money to the assurance fun-1 in the three cases specified in the Transfer of Land Act 1890, s. 47, the applicant is entitled under s. 'Z09 to have set forth in writing the grounds-upon 'which such direction has been given. Summons taken out under the Transfer of Land Act 1890, s. 209, by Swallow and Ariell Limited (hereinafter called " the company "). The company had applied to bring certain land under the operation of the Act, and the Commissioner of Titles had directed the Registrar to bring it under the operation of the Act without...show more

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  • Paperback | 542 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 28mm | 957g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236793382
  • 9781236793386