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CAP. XVIII.

(Assented to 28th March, 1891.)

BARBADOS.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts of

this Island relating to Jurors.
E it enacted by the Governor, Council

, and Assembly of this Island, and by the authority of the same as follows ;

Short title. 1. This Act

may

be cited as " The Jurors Act, 1891."

Qualification. 2. (1) Every person possessing the qualification which would entitle him to be elect- quired for grand

Qualification re. ed as a member to serve in the General As- and special jurors. sembly of this Island, not subject to ariy legal incapacity and not exempt from such service as hereinafter mentioned, shall be liable to serve as a grand and special juror and his name shall be placed on the grand and special jurors' list for this Island and the Provost-Marshal or his lawful deputy, shall, within ten days after the delivery of

Provost Marshal the jurors' book for the current year,

take

to prepare special from such book the names of all per- jury lists as herein bons who shall be so qualified, and shall prescribed. cause the names of all such persons to be fairly and truly copied out in alphabetical order, together with their respective places of abode and additions, in a separate list to be subjoined to the jurors' book, which list shall be called “The Grand special jurors' list," and shall prefix to every name in such list its proper number, beginning the num. bers from the first name, and proceeding

day of

are jointly and severally held aud firmly bound to (the landlord) in the sum of of lawful money of this Island to be paid to the said (the landlord) or his certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns, for which payment, to be well and truly made, we bind ourselves and each and every of us in the whole sum, and each and every of our heirs, executors, and administrators, firmly by these presents sealed with our seals. Dated this

Whereas the above-named (the landlord) hath taken out a warrant against the abovenamed (the tenant) before esquire, Police Magistrate for the parish of

to recover possession of (state the premises) under an Act of this Island en. titled, “The Landlord and Tenant Act 1891." And whereas execution of the said warrant hath been delayed at the instance of the said (the tenant.)

Now the condition of this obligation is such that if the above bounden (the tenant) do sue the above-named (the landlord) with effect and without delay in an action of trespass, and pay, all the costs of the proceedings in such action in case judgment shall pass for the defendant or the plaintiff sball discontinue, or not prosecute his action or become nonsuit therein, then this obligation shall be void and of none effect or else to be and remain in full force and virtue.

Sealed and delivered &c.

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An Act to regulate the biring of servants, and

to provide for the recovery and security of

Section six.

12th January 1850.

An Act to facilitate the recovery of possession of tenements after due determination of

The wbole Act. the tenancy.

An Act for the more effectual securing the

The whole Act.

7th April 1868.

An Act for the apportionment of rents, an

nuities, and other periodical payments. The whole Act.

An Act to extend the provisions of the Act,

The whole Act.

7th January 1840.

their wages.

23rd December 1853.

payment of rents, and preventing frauds by tenants..

30th December 1882.

entitled, “ An Act to facilitate the recovery of possession of tenements after due determination of the tenancy.

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which expired (or was determined) by notice to quit from the said or otherwise (as the case may be) on the day of

and which tenement is now beld over and detained from the said

be given to

(the owner or agent) on or before the expiration clear days from the service of this notice, I shall lodge my complaint before the Police Magistrate of the parish of

to obtain his warrant directing any one or more police officers to enter and take possession of the said tenement and to eject any person therefrom

Dated this day

(Signed) To Mr.

Owner or Agent.

of

FORM No 2.

Complaint before a Police Magistrate. The complaint of (owner or agent as the case may be) made before me Police Magistrate of the parish of of who saith that the said did let to

a tenement consisting of for

under the rent of and that the said tenancy expired (or was determined) by notice to quit given by the said (owner or agent) (as the case may be) on the day of and on the

day of the said

did serve (the tenant over holding) a notice of his intention to apply to recover possession of the said tenement (a duplicate of which notice is hereto annexed) by giving and (describing the mode by which the ser. vice was effected), and that notwithstanding the said notice the said refused (or

on

neglected to) deliver up possession of the said tenement and still retains the same.

(Signed) Taken the

day of

before me

(Signed) A duplicate of the notice of intention to apply

is to be annexed to this complaint.

Form No. 3 Warrant to Police Officers to take and give

possession. Whereas (set forth the complaint) I Police Magistrate for the parish of do authorise and command you, or each of you, on any day within days from the date hereof (except on Sunday, Christmas Day and Good Friday to be added if necessary) between the hours of eight in the forenoon and five in the afternoon to enter (by force if needful), and with or without the aid of the (owner or agent as the case may be), or any other person or persons whom you may think requisite to call to your assistance, into and upon the said tenement and to eject thereout any person, and of the said tenement full and peaceable possession to deliver to the said (the owner or agent as the case may be). Given under my band

this day of

To and all other police officers.

FORM No. 4. ·

Bond by Tenant and Sureties 'to Landlord

Know all men by these presents, that we A.B. of

C.D. and E.F. of

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