Chronological Table and Index of the Acts and Ordinances in Force in the Colony of the Straits Settlements, 2D Ed., to the End of 1892

Chronological Table and Index of the Acts and Ordinances in Force in the Colony of the Straits Settlements, 2D Ed., to the End of 1892

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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. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...household property. See Marriage, 3 (e). Joint-occupier entitled to vote for election of Municipal Commissioner. See Municipality, 2 (c). Rates and Taxes. See Municipality, 7, 11. Filthy. See Municipality, 8 (k). Overcrowding. See Municipality, 8 (fc). Penalty for letting infected. See Municipality, 8 (tj. Cleansing and disinfecting. See Municipality, 8 (/); Quarantine And PreVention Op Disease, 1. Liability of occupier as to work executed for owner. See Municipality, 10 (a). Offender found in or upon any dwelling. See Prevention Op Crime, 2 (a); Summary Proceedings, 1. Occupier of, to register births and deaths. See Registration Of Births, &c, 1 (6). Ord. 7, 1880, s. 23. House.--eont. Lighting fires, discharging fireworks, &c., occupier when liable. Sec Summary Proceedings, 1 (a). See also Bill Op Sale; Conveyancing And Law Of Property; Dis-Orderly House; Distress; Execution; Landlord And Tenant; Light-houses; Limitation Of Time; Mortgage; Owner; Public House; Right Of Entry; Vagrancy. Human Body. Offences affecting. See Criminal Law, 16. Hurt. Causing, generally. See Criminal Law, 16 (c). Grievous. See Criminal Law, 16 (c). Robbery or gang robbery with attempt to cause grievous. See Criminal Law, 17 (c). Husband and Wife. Service of process on. See Civil Procedure, 5 (e). Parties; joinder of causes of action, rules. See Civil Procedure, 9 (d), 10 (c). Change of parties by marriage, death, &c. See Civil Procedure, 22. Widows' and orphans' fund. See Civil Service, 1. Covenants for title; where, convey not in a fiduciary capacity. See ConveyancIng &c., 2 (c). Disposal of land by married woman with concurrence of husband. See ConveyAncing, &c., 8. Harbouring offender; exception if harbouring by husband or wife of...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236769538
  • 9781236769534