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COMPRISING

THE YEAR 1869
REPORTS OF CASES
in the House of Lords, In the Privy Council,

and in the Exchequer Chamber,

IN THE COURTS OF

Chancery and Appeal in Bankruptcy,

IN THE COURTS OF
Queen's Bench and the Bail Court, Common Pleas,

and Erchequer,

IN THE COURT FOR

Erown Cases Reserved,
In the High Court of Admiralty, the Court of Probate,
The Court for Bivorce and Matrimonial Causes, and

The Ecclesiastical Courts,
FROM MICHAELMAS TERM, 1868, TO TRINITY TERM, 1869,

BOTH INCLUSIVE.
The House of Lords Cases are included in the Chancery and Common Law Volumes respectively;
Decisions in Error and on Appeal in the Exchequer Chamber will be found with the reports of Cases in
the respective Courts from which the Errors and Appeals come; the Common Pleas includes the Appeals
from Revising Barristers; and the County Court Appeals are in the Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and
Ecchequer respectively.

THESE CASES (EQUITY AND COMMON LAW) FORM PARTS I. AND II, OF THE REPORTS.

THE CASES RELATING TO THE POOR LAWS, THE CRIMINAL LAW AND OTHER SUBJECTS CHIEFLY

CONNECTED WITH THE DUTIES AND OFFICE OF MAGISTRATES, ARE

SEPARATELY ARRANGED, AND FORM PART III. OF THE REPORTS.
TAE PRIVY COUNCIL CASES, THE PROBATE COURT AND THE DIVORCE AND
MATRIMONIAL CAUSES COURT, THE ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS, AND THE

HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY, ARE SEPARATELY ARRANGED,

AND FORM PARTS IV., V., VI. AND VII. OF THE REPORTS.

AND

THE LAW JOURNAL REPORTS ARE EDITED BY
MONTAGU CHAMBERS, Esq. ONE OF HER MAJESTY'S COUNSEL,

FRANCIS TOWERS STREETEN, Esq.
FREDERICK HOARE COLT, Esq. Barristers-AT-Law.

VOL. XLVII.
NEW SERIES_VOL. XXXVIII.
PART II. CASES AT COMMON LAW.

LONDON:
Printed by James Holmes, 4, Took's Court, Chancery Lane.
PUBLISHED BY EDWARD BRET INCE, 5, QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.

MDCCCLXIX.

RULES AND FEES

UNDER

THE JUDGMENTS EXTENSION ACT,

Michaelmas Term, 1868.

The following are the Rules and Scale of Fees under the Judgments Extension Act, 1868, 31 & 32 Vict. c. 54:

Whereas it is provided by the Judgments Extension Act, 1868, that it shall be lawful for the Judges of the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer at Westminster, or any eight or more of them, of whom the Chiefs of the said Courts shall be three, from time to time to make all such General Rules and Orders to regulate the practice to be observed in the execution of the said Act, or in any matter relating thereto, including the Scale of Fees to be charged in the Courts of Common Law, as they may deem to be necessary and proper. It is therefore ordered that the following

the said Master, the proper officer shall issue Rules, Orders, and Scale of Fees shall be in

execution or other process as though such judy

ment or decreet had been duly obtained and force, that is to say:

entered up as an English judgment in the Court 1. The register for Irish judgments to be of Common Pleas, at Westminster, the form of kept by the senior Master, under section 1. of the writ of execution being varied accordingly: the said Act, shall be arranged in alphabetical The writ of execution may be thus varied: order in the surname of the defendant, where -instead of " which the said a judgment shall be registered under Form 1. lately in our Court of Queen's Bench at in the Schedule of the Act, or in the surname Westminster recovered, &c.," insert " which of the plaintiff where registered under Form 2. the said

lately in our Court of in the said Schedule. And the said Master Queen's Bench at Dublin] recovered, &c., shall enter on the said register all the further and which judgment has been duly registered particulars relating to the judgment contained in our Court of Common. Pleas at Westminin the certificate presented for registration.

ster pursuant to the Judgments Extension

Act, 1868." 2. The register for Scotch decreets, to be kept by the said Master under section 3. of the 5. An affidavit of the attorney applying for a said Act, shall, as to defender or pursuer, be certificate of a judgment in the English Courts, arranged in like manner, and contain the like of his information and belief as to the title, particulars as provided by the preceding rule trade, or profession, and the last known or relating to the register for Irish judgments. usual place of abode of the plaintiff or defen

dant, as the case may be, shall be sufficient to 3. When an attorney, law agent, or creditor justify the officer in inserting the particulars shall present for registration to the said Master So sworn to in his certificate. a certificate of an Irish judgment or Scotch decreet, a copy thereof shall also be produced, 6. The fees to be taken for issuing execution certified by the attorney, law agent, or creditor or other process on an Irish judgment or Scotch to be a true copy of the original certificate, and decreet that shall have been registered under the said Master shall thereupon stamp such this Act, shall be the same as in the case of an certified copy with his office stamp.

English judgment. 4. Upon the production of such copy cer- 7. The fees hereinafter mentioned shall be tificate of an Irish judgment or Scotch decreet, collected, not in money, but by means of stamps an original of which shall have been filed with denoting the amount of such fees.

NEW SERIES, 38.--Com. Law Orders.

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