10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MULTIPLEPOINDING»
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Digest of Cases Decided in the Courts of Session, Teinds, ...
The disposal of trust-funds over which the trustee had got a judicial factor
appointed, was before the Court in a multiplepoinding ; the factor found not
entitled to demand that the funds in the hands of the trustee should be paid over
directly to ...
'Tis Process of Processes — Pride of the law — Hurrah for the Multiplepoinding !
The Multiplepoinding, hurrah ! To the rich, to the poor, to the high, to the low, 'Tis
open to all who a title can show — It combines every comfort that litigants know ...
The Institutions of the Law of Scotland, Deduced from Its ...
XVI. sary for establishing any of the claims; the effect of the process of
multiplepoinding being such Multiplgllfinding' as to authorise the Court to discuss
incidentally all such points arising in the course of it, --~M~~-~~ as are necessary
Digest of Cases Decided in the Supreme Courts of Scotland, ...
An allegation of collusive arrestments in the hands of the raiser of a
multiplepoinding, not sustained as a preliminary objection to the competency of
the process. M'Gregor v Macandrew, Nov. 25, 1828 ; 7 S. 59. 204. A party
suspended a charge ...
The Scottish Law Reporter: Continuing Reports ... of Cases ...
It is admitted that nothing can be done in the multiplepoinding which can affect
the subjects dealt with in this action. The history and merits of these actions
regarding the succession of William and Alexander Dunn are so familiar to your ...
Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Teind Court, Etc. and ...
Id., or thereby, as condescended on in the said process of multiplepoinding :
Further, and in relation to the foresaid findings, sustains in the suspension the
reasons of suspension, excepting in so far as respects payment to the
Practical notes on the Jurisdiction and Forms of Process in ...
an action of multiplepoinding, ought to proceed with personal diligence against
the holder of the fund, except upon decrees obtained in it; for the creditor's claim
is, in virtue of the multiplepoinding, virtually under suspension as to that fund, and
John MACGLASHAN (Solicitor.), Hugh BARCLAY, 1868
The Practice of the Court of Session: On the Basis of the ...
The form of the summons of the simple multiplepoinding does not admit of much
variation. Where it has been raised in consequence of diligence, it must of course
be applicable to that diligence. Thus, if one arrest in the hands of A. as debtor ...
Charles Farquhar Shand, 1848
The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in ...
Competition of Titles — Mr Sands, trustee of the late John, Duke of Roxburgh,
raised an action of multiplepoinding (Nov. 18'26) for the purpose of determining,
among other things, whether the Duke's legatees, or the surviving trustee of the ...
Decisions of the Court of Session: from November 1825 to ...
In 1796, Boyes and Roxburgh, purchasers of certain heritable subjects from a
person of the name of Law- son, raised a process of multiplepoinding of the price.
Among the parties called in that process were Mrs Ann Storrey, spouse of William
Scotland. Court of Session, F. Somerville, J. Tawse, 1829
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MULTIPLEPOINDING»
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Police Scotland chief in gold wreath legal wrangle
It reads: “An action of multiplepoinding has been brought in the Court of Session, Edinburgh by Stephen House, the Chief Constable of the ... «Scotsman, Apr 14»
Sir Walter Scott: inventor of the historical novel
Multiplepoinding, a term from Scots law, provides a strategy rather than a fixed policy determining editorial decisions. A multiplepoinding is an ... «The Australian, Jan 14»