The Whole Law Relative To The Duty And Office Of A Justice Of The Peace

Author: Thomas Walter Williams
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o found or agree with the defendant, but after answer made is court; nor offer
answer, but by the order or consent of the court; &n pain of being set on the
pillory, in some market town next adjoining, in open market, for two hours, and of
being ... to the compounding of suits commenced in courts which have no
jurisdiction, as much as if they had a jurisdiction. 2 Hawk. c. 26. s. 79. Ingrossing.
See forcsailing. Joins and Innkeepers. See gilębdustg. Inquisition. See Cutoiler-3

The Law Times

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805 ; Ross, " Law Relating to Innkeepers," p. ... The individual members of the
visiting team have no right of action against the home team, as the latter did not
act or purport to act as bailees of the money and other articles for them. .... s. d. | £
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The Laws Of Innkeepers

Author: John E. H. Sherry
Publisher: Cornell University Press
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But, by curtailing the period during which the surrogate medium of a safe is to be
available, it also would leave the guests bereft of a full-time replacement for the
innkeeper's former round-the-clock incentive to maintain security. Had a statute
as explicit in concept and form as is the one here been intended to give a hotel
the advantages of a dramatic limitation on its liability for losses while still
retaining the privilege to encroach on the temporal scope of the quid pro quo — a
safe such as ...

The Monthly Law Reporter

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It was conducted with great ability on both sides. ... In the arguments of counsel,
the whole law relating to the medical jurisprudence of insanity was carefully
discussed, and we recollect of no trial where the true doctrines on this subject
have been more clearly stated, or more eloquently urged than they were on this
occasion by the counsel for the ... Whether the prisoner is charged with selling
liquor without a license, with stealing from a shop, or with murLIABILITY of

The Law Journal For The Year 1832 1949

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... like that of an innkeeper ; second, that the exemption was necessary for the
privilege and benefit of trade. The decision in Francis v. Wyatt is particularly
mentioned and upheld, by Lord Kenyon, in Gorton v. Falkner (2), and by all
subsequent authorities. The general doctrine is, that all things found on the
premises are liable to a distress for rent : the rule is laid down by Lord Coke (3).
The exceptions to it and the whole law of distress is most ably commented on and
explained by Willes, ...

The Law Journal Reports

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Wyatt (1), which was twice argued, is an authority to the full extent in favour of this
demurrer, and it decides that this horse and carriage were liable to distress. The
plaintiff there complained of his carriage being taken from livery stables as a
distress for rent, and the two main points on which he relied were : first, that the
exemption attached because a livery stable-keeper's trade was “public” like that
of an innkeeper; second, that the exemption was necessary for the privilege and
benefit ...

A New And Complete Law Dictionary

Author: Timothy Cunningham
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Or, General Abridgment of the Law : on a More Extensive Plan Than Any Law-
dictionary Hitherto Published : Containing Not Only the Explanation of the Terms,
But Also the Law Itself, Both with Regard to Theory and Practice : Very Useful to
Barristers .... a custom arising from the abundance of traffick with sirangers, that
could not be known, to charge them with the action ; but the innkeeper hath no
power to sell the horse, by the general custom of the - 4 C whole h' h' h s ' l' h '
cause the.

The Special Law Governing Public Service Corporations

Author: Bruce Wyman
Publisher: Beard Books
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laws could not be trusted to secure to each individual the benefit of the food and
shelter therein provided. In a matter of such importance the public had an interest
and the law must see that, so far as was consistent with justice to the innkeeper,
his inn was carried on for the benefit of the whole public. The inn has always
been in a true sense a public house.1 § 13. The carrier. From the earliest times
also, it has been agreed that the common carrier of goods is in a public

The Ontario Law Reports

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He referred to Beale on Innkeepers and 22 Hotels, para 265; Bank of England v.
Vagliana Brothers ... 325; Broadwood V. Granara (1854:), 10 Ex. 417. l H. E.
Rose, K.C., for the defendant, argued that the statute had not abridged the
common law right of the innkeeper, but that the statute was supplementary to the
common law: Newcom-be v. Anderson (1885), 11 OR. ... Nor was the statute a
codification of the whole law as to the lien of innkeepem See 1 Geo" V. ch. 49;
see. 3, sub-see.