Parliamentary Papers, Volume 5

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Page 13 - ... for the value of the lands so taken or used, and for all damage sustained by such owners, occupiers, and other parties, by reason of the exercise, as regards such lands, of the powers by this or the special Act, or any Act incorporated therewith, vested in the Company...
Page 14 - Act ; and the Company shall make to the owners and occupiers of and all 20 other parties interested in any lands taken or used for the purposes of the Railway, or injuriously affected by the construction thereof, full compensation for the value of the lands so taken or used, and for all damage sustained by such owners...
Page 11 - Scotland, and that, as well for the purpose of avoiding the necessity of repeating such provisions 5 in each of the several Acts relating to such Undertakings, as for ensuring greater uniformity in the provisions themselves...
Page 34 - ... be at all times charged equally to all persons, and after the same rate, whether per ton per mile or otherwise, in respect of all passengers, and of all goods or carriages of the same description, and conveyed or propelled by a like carriage or engine, passing only over the same portion of the line of railway under the same circumstances...
Page 16 - Subject to the provisions and restrictions in this and the special act, and any act incorporated therewith, it shall be lawful for the company, for the purpose of constructing the railway, or the accommodation works connected therewith, hereinafter mentioned, to execute any of the following works...
Page 11 - ... and divert or alter, as well temporarily as permanently, the course of any such rivers or streams of water, roads, streets or ways, or raise or sink the level of any such rivers or streams, roads, streets or ways, in order the more conveniently to carry the same over or under, or by the side of the railway, as they may think proper.
Page 5 - ... may, if they think fit, adjourn it to the following sessions ; and upon the hearing of such appeal the court may, if they think fit, mitigate any penalty or forfeiture, or they may confirm or quash the adjudication, and order any money paid by the appellant, or levied by distress upon his goods, to be returned to him, and may also order such further satisfaction to be made to the party injured as they may judge reasonable ; and they may make such order concerning the costs, both of the adjudication...

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