The practice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales at common law; including the Common law procedure act, 1899, and other acts relating to the ... rules of court, edited with notes and index

 
9781130388916: The practice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales at common law; including the Common law procedure act, 1899, and other acts relating to the ... rules of court, edited with notes and index
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 Excerpt: ...to be struck out only on the terms of the plaintiff paying the defendant's costs: Ibid.; Redmavne v. Burton, 2 L.T., N.S. 324, May, 1860, per Willis, J., at chambers. The section will applv whether the loss has occurred before or after the commencement of the action. Bank notes are negotiable instruments within the section: M'Donnell v. Murray, t) Ir. Common Law Rep. 495. So also are half bank-notes: Redmayne v. Burton, supra. See also Confians Stone Quarry Cn. v. Parker, I,.R. 3 CP. 1. S. i. OATHS ACT 1900. Commissioner's Memorandum And Certificate. This Bill consolidates the whole or parts of ten statutes. Clause 13. The sections mentioned in the margin to this clause followed one upon another, in different statutes, each ignoring its predecessors, and repeating substantially the same provisions with small differences. This clause amalgamates them without reproducing all the variations. Clause 20 (2) (c). "Legislative Council/whichwas the only legislative body at the time the 9 Vic. No. 9 was passed, has been changed to either House of Parliament. I certify that, saveTas aforesaid, this Bill solely consolidates and in no way alters, adds to, or amends the law as contained in the Acts therein consolidated. CHAS. G. HEYDON, Commissioner for the Consolidation of the Statute Law S2 Vic. No. 7, s. 1, and 2S Vie. No. 18 s. 48, extend the provisions of this section to all Courts. it shall be lawful for the, Court or Judge or otheri presiding officer or person qualified to take affidavits or depositions upon being satisfied of the sincerity of such objection to permit such person instead of being sworn to make his or her solemn affirmation in the words following, videlicet:--"I, A.B., do solemnly, sincerely and truly affirm and declare that the taking o...

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