Decisions of the Sudder Dewanny Adawlut, Recorded in English, in Conformity to Act XII, 1843, in 1845[-1861]: With Indexes of Names of Parties, and the Causes of Action, and Principal Points Touched Upon in the Decisions

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W. Risdale, Bengal Military orphan Press, 1859 - Law reports, digests, etc

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Contents

Hurlal Mehtoon and another versus Balgobind Singh and others 1460
911
Janakee Suhain Gyawalin versus Rapmersad Sahoo 1811
913
Lokenauth Roy and Omakunth Roy Shamasoonduree 1863
920
Annan Santra alias Obhiechurn Santra versus Dasruttee Upadhia 989
937
Luchmun Dass versus Bissumbhur Dass and others 604 608
945
Musst Shamasoondree Debea versus Bykuntmonee Roy 1220
960
Raja Nundlal Roy versus Narain Pattur 1331
971
Sadut Alee Khan versus Nowruttun Beebee and others 305
975
Watson R M versus Rom Singh and others 1158
981
Arman Reza and another versus Mahomed Abid and others 884
1014
Joydoorga Gooptea versus Musst Chunderkalla Gooptea and others 647
1017
Maharaja Mahtabchunder Bahadoor versus Sreemuttee Dassee
1020
Bhowaneechurn Dass and another versus Gungapersaud Dass 1563
1024
Abdar Khulifa tersus Gungamonee Gooptea and others 1 1352
1034
Shaheoondon Lal and another versus Balgobind Singh and others 756
1036
Greedhur Kurmokar versus Kalachand Dutt and others 1524
1050
Hurrysunker Roy Chowdree and others versus Kishenindur Chowdree
1060
Sheikh Izzutoollah and others versus Shcikh Kurreembuksh
1067
Bhoyrubchunder Chowdree versus Tarineekanth Lahoory
1111
Raja Teknarain Singh versus Inderjeet Munder and another 202
1123
Kishenmohun Mundul versus Nemychurn Pootysoondree and others 1249
1125
Sheikh Kurteembuksh alias Dhoosur and others versus Ramnarain
1129
Kistomohun Mitter versus Keleeproshun and others 398
1149
Joygopal Moonshee versus Goheekanath Moonshee 32
1162
Rajkishore Singh and others versus Bhunjun Roy and others 1176
1176
Sheolal Singh and others versus Goburdhun Singh and others 339
1179
Joykishen Mookerjea versus Sheikh Cazee Golam Sufder and others 1001
1192
Koondun Beebee versus Lalla Manickchund 631
1230
Shibsurun Dass versus Matadeen Oopadhya 1095
1248
Abhee Shukee Pudmuttee Patnai versus Durup Singh Deo 178
1273
Neeamut Alee alias Junglee and others versus Kunhya Lal 76
1274
Bhubosoondree Debea versus Nimyechunder Seromonee and others
1282
Bhugwan Dass versus Sheeboosuhye Tewarree and others 783
1298
Gunesh Dutt Singh versus Raja Moheshur Shingh
1313
Maharaja Sumbhoonath Singh Bahadoor versus Gourbuksh Sahoo
1320
Nilumber Sein versus Petumber Sein 1784
1346
Nubeenchunder Moostuffee versus Greeschunder Bose 38
1352
Hurrynauth Banerjee versus Musst Gyanodamoyee Debea
1353
Ablak Bhukut and others versus Narain Gossain and others 306
1373
Rajkishen Roy versus Bydonath Nundee and others 902 904
1376
Abool Hossein alias Khajah Hossein Khan versus
1379
Issurchunder Lahoree and others versus Narain Acharj Chowdree
1383
Watson R M versus Joykissen Mookerjee and another
1484
Sheikh Motteri and others versus Mahomed Kalim and others 774
1485
Rajmohun Roy Chowdree and others versus Dhunmonee Debee 723 726
1490
Kuohya Singh versus Mahomed iukee Khan and others 371 373
1493
Joogulkishore Goopto versus Jugutchunder Gooho and others 1051
1496
Shusheemookhee versus Rashmonee Debea and others 174
1509
Watson Robert versus Ram Singh and others
1510
Khedoo Oopadhya and others versus Musst Toolbass Koowar 778
1511
Bisheshur Rae and others rersus Mohanund Rae and others 175
1519
Ahmed Alee Khondkar and others versus Moheshchunder Mitter 173
1528
Lukheenarain Dass versus Miriamoonnissa Begum and others
1533
Ishurchunder Shahu and others versus Gyaram Haldar and others
1547
Benoderam Sein and others versus Shibdyal Bhuttacharj
1554
M
1557
Khoobchand Chobay versus Ishurreepersaud Dichhit and others 1150
1568
Benoderam Sein and others versus Ramjadub Sircar and others
1571
Sidee Deb Mookerjee and others versus Purishnauth Roy
1582
Obhoychurn Sawunt versus Kaleekoomar Roy Chowdree 685
1584
Sooroddhunnee Debea Chowdree versus Doorgapersaud Roy Chow
1600
Joomuck Misser versus Sheosuhye Panday and others 304
1605
Amzed Alee Chowdree and others versus Maharaja Mahtab Chunder
1607
Jugdwun Singh and others versus Sheosuhye Singh and others 1269
1614
Oodwunt Singh versus Mullick Fuzul Hossein
1643
Mackintosh G P Mr versus Nobinchunder Mookerjea and others 373
1648
Issurreenarain Roy versus Huromohun Talookdar
1654
Gyaram Mundul and another versus Gyaram Naik and others
1655
Maharaja Moheshur Singh versus Omrao Singh and another 1276
1680
Manickchunder Shaha versus Indromonee Dassee 466
1686
Sreemuttee versus Gooroochurn Roy and others 747
1695
Meer Alee Ushruff and another versus Gooroopersad Shah
1706
Mirza Huzoor Alee versus Rukhumonee Dassee and another 1650
1713
Bheekaree Singh versus Modoosoodun Bose 621 625
1720
Kunhya Lal and others versus Baboo Issureepersaud and others 704
1754
Madhobee Panda and Kishen Panda versus Boodee Mohapathur 1820
1762
Modenarain versus Raja Hitnarain 1866 to 1876
1770
Watson Robert versus Jowha Mundle 502
1789
Haradhun Gurayne versus Musst Gymnonee Kowlanee 216
1798
Wuzeer Ahud Hosseinee Chowdree versus Musst Meheroonissa
1802
Ramlal Mookerjee and another versus Bejoykishen Shah and others
1803
Hogg Mr C S versus Lukheenarain Naik 925
1822
Ishurchunder Nundy versus The Collector of 24Pergunnahs 1171
1846
Sreenath Roy and others versus Woomanund Roy and another 227
1848

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Page 806 - It is defined in the old books to be, the unlawful maintenance of a suit, in consideration of some bargain to have part of the thing in dispute, or some profit out of it...
Page 1572 - ... of interest, from the time when such debts or sums certain were payable, if such debts or sums be payable by virtue of some written instrument at a certain time, or if payable otherwise, then from the time when demand of payment shall have been made in writing, so as such demand shall give notice to the debtor that interest will be claimed from the date of such demand, until the term of payment. Provided that interest shall be payable in all cases in which it is now payable by law.
Page 856 - ... for the frauds, deceits, concealments, misrepresentations, torts, negligences, and other malfeasances, or misfeasances, and omissions of duty, of his agent, in the course of his employment, although the principal did not authorize, or justify, or participate in, or, indeed, know of such misconduct, or even if he forbade the acts, or disapproved of them.
Page 957 - ... the principal is held liable to third persons in a civil suit for the frauds, deceits, concealments, misrepresentations, torts, negligences, and other malfeasances or misfeasances and omissions of duty of his agent in the course of his employment, although the principal did not authorize or justify or participate in, or, indeed, know of such misconduct, or even if he forbade or disapproved of them," and to sustain this he cites numerous authorities.
Page 891 - ... the settled rule of admission is now restricted to hearsay proceeding from persons who were de jure related by blood or marriage to the family in question, and who, consequently, may be supposed to have had the greatest Interest in seeking the best opportunity for obtaining, and the least reason for falsifying, information on the subject.
Page 1049 - And any suit brought against the certified purchaser on the ground that the purchase was made on behalf of another person, not the certified purchaser, though by agreement the name of the purchaser was used, shall be dismissed with costs.
Page 979 - Madras edition of 1865,) says expressly, that " stridhanam which has once devolved according to the law of succession which governs the descent of this peculiar species of property, ceases to be ranked as such, and is ever afterwards governed by the ordinary rules of inheritance ; for instance, property given to a woman on her marriage is...
Page 1129 - ... next male heirs in exclusion of all other heirs. As the defendant is unable to establish the existence of the alleged family custom, the decision of the lower court was reversed and a decree given for the (plaintiff) appellant. Whenever a plea of family custom is set off against the ordinary law of inheritance, it is necessary that usage be ancient and invariable, and be established by clear and positive proof.— Marginal Note to the above case decided on the 7th of June 1858— See SDARA Decisions...
Page 853 - Mutuwalli be hereditary, and he have a beneficial interest in the endowed property, such property must be considered as an heritable estate burdened with certain trusts, the proprietary right of which is vested in the...
Page 1075 - I decline to reverse the decision of the Court below, and dismiss the appeal with costs.

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