Reports of Cases Before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland; From 23rd May, 1893 to [July 20, 1916] Volume 4

Reports of Cases Before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland; From 23rd May, 1893 to [July 20, 1916] Volume 4

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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. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...prior to the passing of the Public Health Act. Now, under section 32 (1), the consent of the local authority is only necessary to the establishment of a new business and not to the continuance of an existing business. But sec. 32 (3), which gives the power to make bye-laws, very clearly applies to any businesses ' which are for the time being lawfully carried on, ' and is therefore applicable to a business which did not originate after the date of the Act. 5 and 6. I do not think that any point was made under any of these heads. The Loan J USTICE-GENERAL and Loan ADAM concurred. The Court pronounced the following judgment: --'Edinburgh, 17th June 1904.--... Answer the question in the Case in the aflirmative: Dismiss the Appeal, and decern: Find the respondent entitled to expenses, which modify to seven guineas....' SMALL DEBT ArPsAL--S1uALL DEBT (Scormmn) Aer, 1837 (1 Vict. cap. 41), sec. 3l----OPPRESSION----DEPARTURE mom Foams or PaocRnUar.--Paoo1@RErUsAL or PROOF----ABBITRATl0N---R1-zrnmmcn 'ro Amman. Under an agricultural lease the incoming tenant was bound to take over, as at Whitsunday 1903, the fences and dykes from the outgoing tenant at the sight of arbiters to be appointed by them respectively. The incoming tenant named his arbiter, but the other refused or delayed to name his. The arbiter of the incoming tenant made an inspection of the fences and dykes, and reported that a certain sum was due by the outgoing tenant. The incoming tenant thereupon raised a small-debt action for this sum. The Sheriff refused to allow the defender a proof, and remitted to a man of skill to report on the condition of the fences and dykes. This judicial arbiter, in January 1904, reported, showing a sum due by the defender. The...show more

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 490g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236741102
  • 9781236741103