Irish Law Reports: Particularly of Points of Practice, Argued and Determined in the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer in Ireland. third series of 'the law recorder', Volume 5

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Printed and published for R. Carrick, 1843 - Law reports, digests, etc

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Page 375 - That no Attorney or Solicitor " of any of his Majesty's Four Courts shall commence or maintain any " action or suit for the recovery of any fees, charges, or disbursements
Page 313 - ... it shall be lawful for the lessor at any time thereafter, into and upon the said demised premises, or any part thereof, in the name of the whole, to re-enter, and the same to have again, re-possess and enjoy, as of his or their former estate ; anything hereinafter contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
Page 213 - There is no doubt, but that the express admissions of a party to the suit, or admissions implied from his conduct, are evidence, and strong evidence against him ; but we think, that he is at liberty to prove that such admissions were mistaken, or were untrue, and is not estopped or concluded by them, unless another person has been induced by them to alter his condition ; in such a case the party is estopped from disputing their truth with respect to that person (and those claiming under him), and...
Page 500 - December, 1833, no action or suit or other proceeding shall be brought, to recover any sum of money secured by any mortgage, judgment or lien, or otherwise charged upon or payable out of any land or rent, at law or in equity, or any legacy, but within twenty years next after a present right to receive the same shall have accrued to some person capable of giving a discharge for or release of the same...
Page 165 - Provided always, that no order of any judge as to any stock, funds, annuities, or shares standing in the name of the Accountant-General of the Court of Chancery, or...
Page 165 - Majesty's superior Courts at Westminster, shall have any Government stock, funds, or annuities, or any stock or shares of or in any public company in England (whether incorporated or not) standing in his name in his own right, or in the name of any person in trust for him...
Page 169 - The plaintiff claims for debt, and for costs, and if the amount thereof be paid to the plaintiff or to his attorney within four days from the service hereof further proceedings will be stayed.
Page 87 - The same idea had been expressed by Lord Mansfield in Robinson v. Bland, 2 Burr. 1077, 1078, 'the law of the place,' he said, 'can never be the rule where the transaction is entered into with an express view to the law of another country, as the rule by which it is to be governed.
Page 166 - Judge shall, upon the Application of the Judgment Debtor, or any Person interested, have full Power to discharge or vary such Order, and to award such Costs upon such Application as he may think fit.
Page 251 - That in every action brought by any executor or administrator in right of the testator or intestate, such executor or administrator shall, unless the court in which such action is brought, or a judge of any of the said superior courts, shall otherwise order, be liable to pay costs to the defendant in case of being nonsuited, or a verdict passing against the plaintiff, and in all other cases in which he would be liable, if such plaintiff were suing in his own right upon a cause of action accruing...

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