La Revue Critique de Legislation Et de Jurisprudence Du Canada Volume 1

La Revue Critique de Legislation Et de Jurisprudence Du Canada Volume 1

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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. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ...plaintiff Burton. The defendants, who had severed in the defence, severed on the appeal. Voting died, and Knight forced on the case as against him, and judgment was confirmed. No proceedings were taken on the appeal for or against Young or his representatives. Motion by Knight to transmit record to the Superior Court granted: "Considering that more than six calendar months have elapsed since the appeal to Her Majesty, &c., was allowed, and that no certificate has been filed in this Court, as required by law) that such appeal has been lodged, and proceedings had thereon, Sic." 18th March, 1871. Laventure $ Dussault.--Dussault sued the appellant for several hundred dollars. His action was dismissed in the Superfor Court (Arthabaska), but this judgment was reversed in review, and the defendant condemned to pay $250. In appeal, the defendant was condemned to pay $87 and costs of action of that class, and the respondent condemned to pay the costs of appeal and review. Monk dissenting. 16th December, 1870. The Principal Sec. of State $ McGreevy.--McGreevy by his action claimed $8597.50; the defendant pleaded tender of 644 7s, entire amount of indebtedness. Judgment in Superior Court for $3019.18. On appeal by the defendant this amount was reduced to 679 7s. 6d., with costs of Superior Court, plaintiff (respondent) to pay costs in appeal. Le Secretaire Be La Redaction. REVUE CRITIQUE DI gelation tt At luvtepnuUna. ASSIMILATION OF THE STATUTORY LAWS OF THE PROVINCES OF ONTARIO. NEW BRUNSWICK AND NOVA SCOTIA. The plan finally adopted Las been to gather together the statute in each Province, bearing upon any particular subject, omitting, as a general rule, those subjects on "which the Dominion Parliament, under the...
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  • Paperback | 202 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 372g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236848128
  • 9781236848123