This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...(a); under (x) Com. Dig. Action, L. 4. Bac. Abr. Pleas, &o. I. 13. 4 Co. 43. a. 6 lb. 7, 8. 8 lb. 37. b. 98. 2 Vent. 170. ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...(a); under (x) Com. Dig. Action, L. 4. Bac. Abr. Pleas, &o. I. 13. 4 Co. 43. a. 6 lb. 7, 8. 8 lb. 37. b. 98. 2 Vent. 170. (y) Id (z) Bac. Abr. Abatement, P. Yelv. 112. (a) 2 Saund. 211. (n. 3.) Yelv. 112. Bac. Abr. Abatement, P 3 Black. Com. 803. 1 Vent. 22, 137. What judgment pleas in abatement require. which judgment, he may plead any plea, subsequent (in the order of pleading) to that, which has been overruled. (Post, ch. 9, 41.) 3. If an issue in fact is joined on a plea in abatement, and found for the plaintiff; final judgment is awarded in his favor (b): A rule, which extends to all dilatory pleas. (22) The object of the rule appears to be, to discourage false dilatory pleas. Sec. 160. In theState of Connecticut, the Supreme Court of Errors, in the year 1818, recognized the following distinction, as established by the ancient usage of the State: Viz. If an issue in fact, joined on a plea in abatement, is tried by the jury, and found for the plaintiff; final judgment shall be given for him: But if the issue is tried by the court, (as, by the statute-law of the State, it may be, with the mutual consent of the parties); the judgment shall be a respondeat ouster: A distinction, for which it seems difficult to assign any satisfactory reason. (4) Com. Dig. Abatement, I. 15. 1 East, 544. 2 Wils. 368. 1 Lev. 1G3. 1 Vent. 22. Yelv. 112. T. Ray. 119. 1 Ld. Ray. 594. 2 Saund. 211. (n. 3.) (22) This rule does not extend to the case of indictments for capital offences. In such cases, if an issue in fact, joined on a plea in abatement, is found against the prisoner; the judgment, (in favorevi vita), is a respondeat ouster: So that he is still permitted to plead to the merits, (2 Hawk. P. C. o. 23, $ 128. 8 East, 107.) CHAPTER VI OF...
Good/No Jacket ( As published) 6" x 9 1/2" Collectible; Law GOOD/No DJ issued. HARD COVER. 536 pp; browned, foxed, water stains on first few pages; soilage on page edges. P.O. written at top of title page. Fragile, but intact, ready to read and instruct. Calf-covered boards are scuffed, especially on spine, with some strips coming off. Red title plate with gilt lettering pasted on spine. Boards are tight & straight. Describes pleading in general, its divisions, general rules, declaration, dilatory pleas, pleas to the action, pleas in bar, pleas puis darrein continuance, traverse, duplicity, demurrer, arrest of judgment, and repleading. Nice collectible.
Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 581pp. incl. index; HB brwn. w/red, blk. &gilt; rubbed&soiled w/wear on spine; clean, tight pgs. Title continues: "...Fourth Edition with notes, adapted to the New York code of procedure, by George Gould, ....Fifth Edition, by Franklin Fiske Heard"
Very good+ condition. Octavo (8vo). xxii, 581 pages of text including an index. Original full leather binding of polished calf with maroon and black leather spine label has moderate darkening to the spine, and minor shelfwear and rubbing. The first and final few pages have minor browning at the edges. Previous owner's name neatly on a front endpaper. The text is clean and unmarked. Fifth edition.
Good in good dust jacket. The text is neat and clean, 535 pages. Gold lettering on brown leather boards, boards are scuffed, the spine is cracked, the corners are bumped, shelf wear to the edges. Previous owner's address label on the inside cover. Also, name in ink on the title page, second page in has the corner torn. The binding is good.
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