A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown; Or, a System of the Principal Matters Relating to That Subject, Digested Under Proper Heads

A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown; Or, a System of the Principal Matters Relating to That Subject, Digested Under Proper Heads

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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. 1787 edition. Excerpt: ...accurately, That they are a9Asli-e Put w'tnout ay tne juft'CCS before whom they were deVide i Cokg. pending, not coming on the day to which they are continued, (/ Co. Lit 135. whether such absence were occasioned by (g) death, 01 any ')-I433-other cause. But it seems to be agreed by all, That a cause fo F.Dis/ij, discontinued, or put without day, cannot be revived wirhRe--it-ch. 1.17. out a re-summons, or re-attachment; which if thev are (b) 'jj'1 special, may revive the whole proceedings but if gene24E.3 13. tal the original record only. Nor do I find that any a8Afli-4-. statute hath remedied this mischief, except in the case os asit Di?"e Pro. ze5 and j"r's uirum which are provided for by 1 Edw. 6. 3. c. 7.? (g) B. Re-at -tichncnt 18. 4 H. 7. 7. F. N. B. 111.187. 1B8. (b)7Coke to. F, Re-artach. j. (01 Buift. 143. Sefi. 107. As to the eighth particular, viz. How far erYeiveiton 104. rorS jn process are fatal. It seems to be generally taken ft) as C. Jac. 2S3, r.-a Vf I H. 6. 29 si H. 6. 16. 11 H. 4. 17. 34 H. 6. 20. 18H. 6. 15.' Colce Lilt. 3 B. Dis. dc Pro. 4. ii. 47. Amend. 17. F. Pro. 117. Dis. 40. Amend, vj. jg Ed.; 19 H. 6. 39. Vide B Err. 3. Replead. %. and Disc. I. Where the contrary opinioa ill' b-ve been holdesij but tbii seems not to be warranted bj the Cafe at large in the Year Book. an undoubted principle, ThSt a discontinuance, by suffering a (-) Via- sup. c total chasm in the procetdine, whether on the toll or in the $ process, By not giving astern continuance instMttr upon the -'coke 45. determination of the precedent, (hall never be aided by an ap-F. Cotone 444. pearance and pleading over. And the book (a) of 9 Hen. 5. skel',"tis' 2 pi. 7. seems to have an...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 717g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236605454
  • 9781236605450