Privilegia Londini; Or, the Rights, Liberties, Privileges, Laws, and Customs, of the City of London

Privilegia Londini; Or, the Rights, Liberties, Privileges, Laws, and Customs, of the City of London

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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. 1723 edition. Excerpt: ...Its not a good Custom to attach a Debt before its due; but per Cur. its a good Custom; for though he cannot attach it as a Debt, yet it may not be levied 'till after the Time of Payment of the Bond, and so the Custom was It was said for the Plaintiff, if it mould be a good Bar, yet it is not a Bar but. for 50/. which by the Plea, it was not paid till after the Day, and so the Bond forfeited: But per Cnr. it is a good Bar for the whole, because the Attachment which was before the Day of Pay Jsit were for Part, as 20 /. it shall be shaded in Bar. for Part. it did arise infra Jurisdictionem. Payment, makes this a Debt to the Credi (viz, .) all that was due, and the Obligee g not take any Advantage of the Obligat afterwards. But if this had been an Attachment of 20/ seems the Defendant shall plead this Record the Attachment in London in Bar, pro tanto.. 3 27. Rabbins and Standard. Foreign Attachment, in an Inferior Court, pleaded thus, That by Custom, lime out of Mi whoever levied a Plaint, pro aliquo debiro aga another us on Surmise, that a Stranger tuas indebtei the Defendant, that Process issued forth to attach, I troali uode. And the Exception'was, that it was not fa bito, and pro aliquo debito, which did arise infra Ju ' faith not, that diBionem. Per Cur. it need not be expi that the Debt did arise infra furisdiHionem, a that if Action be brought in such Cafe, a the Debt be laid to be contracted infra j risditt' Curia, if the Defendant will plead to he may, but he shall never be admitted to affi it for Error, that the Debt did arise extra Jui dillionem Curia; but if he had tendered fuel Plea to the Jurisdiction of the Court upon Oa then if they had refused it, it would have be Error. Wherefore it is enough in this Cafe fay, if a Plaint were...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 268g
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  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236547748
  • 9781236547743