10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ADMINICLE»
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The Scottish Law Review and Sheriff Court Reports
Loan— Proof of loan — / 0 U not holograph — Adminicle of evidence—
Constitution and resting owing of debt. — Held that in the proof of a loan of
money an I O U not holograph could be put before the defender as an adminicle
of evidence ...
Scottish Law Review and Sheriff Court Reports
8d. is that it must be proved by the writ or oath of the borrower, this principle,
however, being subject to the qualification that, when there is a written adminicle
of evidence in regard to the alleged loan, that document, though it may in itself be
Supplement to the Dictionary of the Decisions of the Court ...
52:10, That the charter bein proved by a written adminicle, viz. the sasine upon it,
which sasine did not bear t e holding, it might be proved by parole evidence that
the holding was blench, especially as the ossession had been accordingly.
The institutions of the law of Scotland: deduced from its ...
Predecessors or Authors, unit ss the Inseftment be amient, and cfa*d with long
Possession^ in which cafe it is like the Lords would extend the sorefaid Statute,
and would sustain a Disposition, Contract or Bond, as a sufficient Adminicle of
James Dalrymple Stair (Viscount of), 1693
The Office of a notary-public: as the same is practised in ...
father in a bailie's hand, was found not to instruct without a warrant or adminicle
in writ ; 1 1th February 1681, Irvine contra Corsan, likewise observed by Stair. But
seisins propriis manibus granted by husbands to their wives, in contemplation of
The decisions of the Court of Session: from its first ...
The Lords took the pursuer's oath, if the contract were iri her hands, which she
declared she had not ; and in respect thereof, the Lords found no necessity to
produce the contract nor the adminicle of the, sasine presently, but sustained the
Scotland. Court of Session, William Maxwell Morison, 1811
Sir George Mackenzie: King's Advocate, of Rosehaugh, His ...
with him, if his answers are not to be used at all, as an ' adminicle ' of the
evidence ? " Certainly they had nothing to gain by such a one-sided treaty, and
they were not so humane as to make it merely to avoid further use of torture. Be it
far from ...
The Institutions of the Law of Scotland, Deduced from Its ...
1628, Clappertoun contra Hume, (12512), where a wife's seisin bearing in
contemplation of marriage, was sustained without any adminicle, but the
marriage, against an appriser from the busband's heir after his death; Hope,
Seisin, Murray ...
A Dictionary of Modern Legal Usage
In Scots law, adminicle has the more specific sense "a writing that tends to
establish the existence and terms of a lost document." administer; minister.
Administer suffices in most legal contexts. It is a transitive verb and, in its most
common legal ...
Some Doubts & Questions, in the Law; Especially of Scotland: ...
... being lost, as was pretended, thetime of the Troubleszct It was alledged, that
no Adminicle in Write was Lybelled or produced 5 And whereas it was Lybelled,
that John Nicol was employed as' Writer for drawing of the Contract, the double of
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