Scottish Law Review and Sheriff Court Reports Volume 22

Scottish Law Review and Sheriff Court Reports Volume 22

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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. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...been pronounced invalid in the action against their now deceased mother. On the 21st March, 1904, the pursuer caused a formal notice to be served on each of the defenders, Murdo and Barbara MacDonald, warning them to remove from the said subjects on 28th May, 1904. They did not remove at the term mentioned, and the pursuer thereafter raised an action concluding for, inter alia, ejection against them. This action they defended, and on the pursuer's motion they were ordained to find caution for violent profits. This they did, and a bond of caution by the defender Alexander Macarthur was lodged, dated 2nd November, 1904. The defenders Murdo and Barbara MacDonald insisted in their opposition to the pursuer's said action, but after exhausting the usual legal procedure in such an action it was found that their defences were not well founded, and by interlocutor dated 9th January, 1905, decree of ejection and interdict was obtained by the pursuer against the defenders Murdo and Barbara MacDonald. The defenders Murdo and Barbara MacDonald appealed against that interlocutor, but the appeal was dismissed, and the interlocutor of 9th January, 1905, affirmed. It may be explained here that that action contained a conclusion for the delivery of a feu charter, which the defenders denied any knowledge of. The pursuer withdrew this conclusion, and in deciding the question of expenses in that action, the fact of the withdrawal of the conclusion regarding the feu charter was taken into account. The defenders Murdo and Barbara MacDonald were ejected from the premises on 4th August, 1905, and the pursuer in the present action now claims violent profits from 28th May, 1904, to 4th August, 1905, which he fixes at 37 19s. 3d., arrived at by taking 16 as more

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  • Paperback | 342 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236500369
  • 9781236500366