10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «FRAUDFULLY» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
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Annotations on Lord Stair's Institutions of the Law of Scotland
II. TIT.4-. bruary 1678, Drummond against Stewart ; 8d January 1677, Camp-w
bell against M'Naughton. 2do. This opinion would give a prodigious latitude to
judges in determining whether the heir forbore fraudfully or not ; and I know not
Lord Patrick Grant Elchies, James Dalrymple Stair (Viscount of), 1824
The form of process, before the Lords of Council and ...
Writings,^ they had them since theCitation,ov have Fraudfully put them away, or If
they e- ver had them, or If they know or Suspect where they are; If they have them
, they must Produce them at the time of their Deponing , But if they do nor ...
The Institutions of the Law of Scotland, Deduced from Its ...
Both these members must be proven ; for it will not be sufficient to prove, that the
defender had the writ '' before the citation ; but it must also " be proven, that he
fraudfully put it' away. Which, therefore, as '' being a matter of fraud, concerning ...
The decisions of the Court of Session: from its first ...
Answered, Casio bonorum non notat infamia, and the act is not against cedents
bonis judicialiter, but against divers annalzieing fraudfully. Receives him witness
by interlocutor reported from the Inner-house after the proponing instantly by ...
Scotland. Court of Session, William Maxwell Morison, 1811
The Acts of Sederunt of the Lords of Council and ...
... His Majesties Subjects, by Defenders called in Exhibitiones or Incidents, for
Exhibition or Production of Wrytes, their deponeing only in gene- jall Termes,
That they neither have, nor had the Wrytes since the "Citation, or fraudfully has'
put the ...
Scotland. Court of Session, 1740
Supplement to the Dictionary of the decisions of the Court ...
ing the papers, they pursue Robertson in an exhibition ; who compears and
depones, in 1705, that he neither had, has, nor had fraudfully put away Jack's
service and disposition, nor knows where it is ; but produced, upon inventary, the
Scotland. Court of Session, Mungo Ponton Brown, William Maxwell Morison, 1826
The institutions of the law of Scotland: deduced from its ...
... wherein the Tenor and Stile of the Action is, that the Defender hath, or had, and
fraudfully put away the Writs in question, whose having is probable by Witnesses,
and relates not unto the timeofProbation.but unto the time of the Citation , for, ...
James Dalrymple Stair (Viscount of), 1693
Abridgement of the Acts of Sederunt of the Lords of Council ...
... inconveniences to his Majestie's subjects, by defenders called in exibitiones or
incidents, for exhibition or production of wrytes, their deponeing only in generall
termes, That they neither have, nor had the wrytes since the citation, or fraudfully
Mary Queen of Scots: Romance and Nation
... how fraudfully ye were invaded and closed with calamity on every side.” Such
readers, Leslie was sure, had been “surely, sorely moved” by his earlier Defence.
58 In other words, like Buchanan, Leslie forged his own authority (that proud “by
Origines Parochiales Scotiae: The Antiquities Ecclesiastical ...
... Lordis of the Islis, and now at our Souerane Lordis presentatioun as Lord of the
sammyn, quhill now that it is schewin to his Hienes that thai war fraudfully
withhaldin fra him, and the sammyn schewin to his Hienes be the said reuerend