The Law Reports (Ireland); Published Under the Control of the Council of Law Reporting in Ireland, Containing Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeal, the High Court of Justice, and the Court of Bankruptcy Volume 6

The Law Reports (Ireland); Published Under the Control of the Council of Law Reporting in Ireland, Containing Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeal, the High Court of Justice, and the Court of Bankruptcy Volume 6

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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. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...of the house and premises and furniture therein, and acted as owner thereof, and got the transfer of the license, but no administration was ever taken out to Cornelius Crowley, who died intestate. I was of opinion that the rated premises came to John Kelleher and his wife by succession, that Kelleher was tenant and occupier by succession to Cornelius Crowley, and as such entitled to be on the list of voters for said borough for said house and premises; and due notice of appeal from my decision was given. If the Court be of opinion that my decision was wrong, the register is to be amended by erasing the name of John Kelleher from the said list. I Rossar Fsncuson, Revising Barrister of the West Riding of the county of Cork. Appeal. 1879. Toraau 0. KELLEHER. JOHN TOPHAM, of Bandon, aforesaid, shoemaker, Appellant. JOHN KELLEHER, of same place, blacksmith and publican, Respondent. Rosnnr Fsaovsou, Revising Barrister. The 31st day of October, 1879. On the appeal coming on, a preliminary objection was made by counsel for the Respondent to the hearing of the appeal, on the ground that the case had not been signed or indorsed by the Revising Barrister until the 31st of October, several days after the decision of the Revising Barrister, and after the 25th of October, the last day upon which any Court for revision could have been held. On this objection being made, counsel for the Appellant contended that any such objection was contrary to good faith, and to the understanding between the parties. The Court referred the matter back to the Revising Barrister, to make a further statement as to the facts connected with the statement of the case by him. That statement was as...show more

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  • 9781236816733