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Página 129 - heard the evidence do you wish to say anything in answer to the " charge ? You are not obliged to say anything unless you desire to do " so, but whatever you say will be taken down in writing and may be
Página 104 - And it will have a most salutary effect on these tribunals when it is known that this High Court of last resort, in a case in which the Lord Chancellor of England had an interest, considered that his decree was on that account a decree not according to law, and should be set aside.
Página 103 - No one can suppose that Lord Cottenham could be, in the remotest degree, influenced by the interest that he had in this concern ; but, my Lords, it is of the last importance that the maxim that no man is to be a judge in his own cause should be held sacred.
Página 89 - ... various Acts of Parliament. The summary jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace is, therefore, entirely the creation of statutes, and is for the most part quite modern. Formerly Justices could deal, out of Quarter Sessions, only with non-indictable cases. Writing in 1885, the late Professor Maitland said: "Only in the present century have we begun to think of the summary jurisdiction as normal, and to regulate by general statutes the mode in which it must be exercised
Página 7 - Our courts are said to be more open to admit actions founded upon foreign transactions than those of any other European country ; but there are restrictions in respect of locality which exclude some foreign causes of action altogether, namely, those which would be local if they arose in England, such as trespass to land : Doulson v.