The Civil Divisions of the County of Dorset, Methodically Digested and Arranged, Comprising Lists of the Civil Ministerial Officers, Magistrates, and Subordinate Officers; With a Complete Nomina Villarum, in Four Parts a List of the

The Civil Divisions of the County of Dorset, Methodically Digested and Arranged, Comprising Lists of the Civil Ministerial Officers, Magistrates, and Subordinate Officers; With a Complete Nomina Villarum, in Four Parts a List of the

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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. 1833 edition. Excerpt: ...their order; the allowance of such cost being limited to 40s. unless upon special cause shewn to the satisfaction of the Court. 9.-That when a notice of Countermand of the Trial of an Appeal shall have been duly served, it shall not be necessary for the Respondent Party to attend at the next Sessions, but Ihe Court will order the Appeal to be struck out of the paper, with an entry that it was abandoned. 10.--That when the Respondents shall have given due notice of their intention to quash their order, the A ppellant may move to have the order quashed as a matter of course. 11.-That in all Appeals against Orders of Removal, the Appellant shall produce the Pauper, or in default of so doing, the Order appealed against shall be confirmed, unless some reasonable cause be shewn why the Appellants have not been able to produce the Pauper, in which case, the Court may, on motion of Counsel, adjourn the hearing of the Appeal; and the Court may, in any case, make such order with respect to the payment of the costs of the day, or such apportionment of the costs attendant upon the production of the Pauper at the trial, as they may deem reasonable under the circumstances of each particular case. 12.--That all Foreign Appeals shall be heard first, except under special circumstances, at the discretion of the Court. 13.-That in all Appeals against Orders of Removal, the Respondents shall begin with their proofs in support of their Order. MOTIONS. 14.-1t Is Ordered, That no application be heard by the Court, whether the same be for the entering, respiting, adjourning, or discharging, of any Appeal, or Order of Court, or respiting the proceedings on any ndictment or Presentment, or to continue or discharge any Recognizance, or for furiher punishment of persons...show more

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  • Paperback | 88 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 172g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236498240
  • 9781236498243