Digest of Moak's English Reports; Volumes 1 to 15, Inclusive, with a List of Cases Reported, Table of Cases Reversed, Overruled and Considered Volume 2

Digest of Moak's English Reports; Volumes 1 to 15, Inclusive, with a List of Cases Reported, Table of Cases Reversed, Overruled and Considered Volume 2

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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. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...report wholly or partially, or, if dissatisfied with it, he may wholly disregard it, or remit to the referee for amendment, but he has no power to alter or vary it. Dunkirk Colliery 0'0. v. Lever (Chan. Div.), XXV--724. 55. i The Master of the Rolls referred the amount of damages to a special referee, and on the report being made, being dissatisfied with the principle on which the referee had proceeded, assessed the damages himself, using for the purpose the shorthand notes of the evidence heard before the referee. The Court of Appeal reversed his decision, and remitted the case tothe referee to rehear the matter, with liberty to report specially on any facts. Id. 56.----A referee ought, in his report, to draw attention to tl1e nature of the evidence before him bearing upon the more important part of the case, but need not state his reasons for his decision. Id. 57. Trial by jury. A trial by jury cannot be heard before a judge of the Chancery Division. Actions commenced in that division, if to be tried by a jury, must be set down in the general list, to be tried by one of the judges of the Common Law Divisions. Warner v. lllu/rdoch (Chan. Div.), XXI-687. 68.-----Vvhere an action attached to the Chancery Division is to be tried by a jury, and, no place of trial being named in the statement of claim, the action is set down to be tried in the county of Middlesex, no special order of the judge of the Chancery Division, stating the reason why it should be so tried, is necessary. Hunt v. London Real Pr. Co. (Q. B. Div.), XXVIII-7. 59. Z The plaintiffs brought an action in the Chancery Division to set aside an agreement on the ground that they had been induced to enter into it by the fraudulent representations of the defendant. The pleadings...show more

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