Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Teind Court, Court of Exchequer, Court of Justiciary; And in the House of Lords, from 11th November 1851 to [20th July 1853] Volume 1

Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Teind Court, Court of Exchequer, Court of Justiciary; And in the House of Lords, from 11th November 1851 to [20th July 1853] 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. 1852 edition. Excerpt: ...185:, The question related to the competency of an interim interdict, .Y4 and the following, which are the material, facts, are taken from the g;'(;;' '; u';_ Special findings in the interlocutor of Court. The estate of Jere-miah Borrows was sequestrated on the 24th day of February 1348, and at the time of the sequestration the bankrupt was in possession of certain seams of coal and iron-stone in the lands of Dryflat be-longing to the respondent, Mr Colquhoun, under missives of lease dated in October 1843 and February 1844, the endurance of the lease being for fourteen years from and after the I5th day of July I843, and the rent of the subjects 100 yearly, " 1" the P1ll1 of the landlord, a. specified lordship payable half-Ye'"'lY' The missives of lease gontajned an express stipulation, that " sub-tenants, assignees, and creditors shall not be allowed to possess this lease, but are strictly prohibited under the penalty of paying louble the annual-rent or lordship in the option of the proprietor, N0. xxvi._voi.. i. 3 c ml km M'1Y25-1352-without the consent of the proprietor being first asked and ob tained in writing." At the date of the sequestration there wen arrears of rent due to the landlord, and the annual-rent unpro vided for except by the hypothec over the machinery which be longed to the trustee on the bankrupt's estate. For some tim after the sequestration, as no arrangement was entered into b the landlord and the trustee, the bankrupt was allowed to can on the work, in order to make any profit he could out of the same he paying the rent with the aid of friends or otherwise. In these circumstances Arthur Connor, brother-in-law of Bot rows, paid the arrears of rent, and...show more

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  • Paperback | 390 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 694g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236823990
  • 9781236823991