The Australian Law Times Volume 21-22

The Australian Law Times Volume 21-22

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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. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...valued and classified as a landed estate. Judgment of Hodges, J., 20 A.L.T., 275, ufiirmed. Quuare, whether the owner of a landed estate who sells a portion of it, but retains suflicient to constitute land a landed estate, is liable to land tax, unless the land he retains has been valued and classified as u. landed estate. The Queen v. Gidney, 57. Leasehold Land, Settled--See Stamps Act 1890. In re Long, 34. Legacy, Conditi0nal--See Practice (Probate). Birlwirlle v. Myei's, 209. Lib61--See Defamation. Wilson 1'. The M utuul Store Llrl., 172. 1111061109, Land held under--Sce Practice (Probate). National Trim-teen (kc. Coy. 1: . Dwyer, 241. Licensed Premises, Authority to Enter--See Licensing Act 1890. Waters v. Fitzgerald, l7. Licensing Act 1890 (No. llll), ss. 97,99--Victua.llei"sLicence--R enewal--Non-payment of Licence Fee within 'l'inie---Certificate of Renewal Void--Jurisdiction. Section 97 applies to certificates for the renewal of licences as well as to certificates for new licences, and, therefore, where the fee payable on the renewal of a licence is not paid within the prescribed time, the certificate of renewal is void. Section 99 gives the Licensing Court jurisdiction to deal with certificates which have been obtained by means of fraud or misrepresentation, or contrary to the provisions of the Act, but it does not ivc the Court jurisdiction to sit as a Court of Appeal on its own decisions. Moody v. Fletcher, 144. ss. 128, l5l--Unauthorised Sale of Liquor on Licensed Premises--Sale by Servant----Knowledge of Licensed Person---Suffering or Permitting an Unauthorised Sale of Liquor. Where a licensed person is proceeded against under section 123, it must be shown that the li uor was suffered or permitted to be runk on more

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