Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law; With Tables of the Cases and Principal Matters] a General Index to the English Common Law Reports, Vol. I to XLVII Inclusive Volume . 1-47

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law; With Tables of the Cases and Principal Matters] a General Index to the English Common Law Reports, Vol. I to XLVII Inclusive Volume . 1-47

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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. 1847 edition. Excerpt: ...warrant, HABEAS CORPU S--continued. is shown by the return not to be in custody under that warrant, court will not inquire into validity of warrant, XXXII. 127. Amendment of Return. Court has power to amend the return after it is filed, XXXVI. 254; XLII. 835. Bail. Time allowed to add and justify bail by habeas corpus, when one of the bail of whom notice is given, is suddenly taken ill, XXII. 381. HEIR. Liability of heif, on bond of ancestor, X. 85. What will break the descent, VIII. 126; XXXI. 451; XXXVI. 469. Descent cast, XVI. 69. What is a descendible estate, XLII. 424. When the word heir is used in a technical, and when in a popular sense, XI. 138; XXV. 92; XLVI. 314. When words "heir male" may denote a person whose ancestor is living, XI. 138; XXV. 92; XLVI. 314, When words " lawful heir," in a devise, restricted to a certain blood, XXVII. 504; XXXIII. 420; XXXV. 65. Heir on the part of great-grandfather, has a prior claim to heir on the part of grandfather, XXXV. 65. One legitimate by the Scotch law, but illegitimate by the English law, cannot take real estate in England, as heir, XI. 266; XXXVII. 421. HEREDITAMENT. What is a real hereditament, VIII. 188; XXXI. 184. Grant of incorporeal hereditament must be under seal, XXIX. 177; XXXIII. 219. HOMICIDE. Murder. What constitutes. When killing sheriff's officer, in resisting the execution of mesne process in civil action, amounts to murder, III. 315. Where police-officer attempts to arrest one whom he has no right to arrest, and calls upon a person to assist him who is killed in an attempt at rescue, this does not amount to murder, XLI. 103. Where one in loco parentis, inflicts corporal punishment on a child, and compels it to work an unreasonable length of time, and...show more

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