The Business Man's Law Library, and Practical Assistant; Designed for Merchants, Mechanics, Notaries, Justices, Lawyers, Landlords, Tenants, Manufacturers, Farmers, Shipowners, Carriers, Engineers, Artificers, Etc.

The Business Man's Law Library, and Practical Assistant; Designed for Merchants, Mechanics, Notaries, Justices, Lawyers, Landlords, Tenants, Manufacturers, Farmers, Shipowners, Carriers, Engineers, Artificers, Etc. : With a Supplement

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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. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...possession of the demanded premises, and by reason of any injury done thereto during such withholding, together with all costs, until the restitution of the possession thereof to the plaintiff, in case the judgment from which the appeal is made shall be affirmed. If the case is transferred at the request of the defendant upon any plea or suggestion by him that brings in question the title to the freehold, and if it appears to the court in which the action is determined, that the defendant originally entered on the premises under a lease from the plaintiff, or from any person under whom the plaintiff claims, or that he held them under any such lease, and that his said plea or suggestionwas frivfllfllls and intended for delay, the court shall cause a certificate thereof to be entered on the record, and the defendant shall thereupon be liable to pay double the yearly value of the demised premises from the time of the noticgto quit the same. ' _ The judgment in such action shall not be a bar to any action thereafter to be brought by either party to recover the premises In question, or damages for any trespass thereon. Keeping a house of ill fame vacates the lease, at the option of the lessor. Sac. l. N-0 estate of inheritance or freehold, or for a term exceeding one year, in lands or tenements, shall be conveyed from one to another by deed, unless the same be in writing, 76 nnons ISLAND smrurrzs. signed, sealed, and delivered, by the party making the same, and acknowledged before a senator, judge, justice ofthe peace, public notary, or town clerk, by the party or parties who shall have sealed or delivered it, and recorded, or lodged to be recorded, in the office of the town clerk of the town where the said lands or tenements do lie.----R. S....show more

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  • Paperback | 246 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 445g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236825489
  • 9781236825483