10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WRONGOUS»
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The Scots Digest of Scots Appeals in the House of Lords from ...
Caption, Damages for Wrongous, 17. Charge, Damages for Wrongous, 18-23, 26
, 27, 53, 57. Custom-House Officer, 66. Dean of Guild, 24, 36. Decree in Absence,
19, 25. Ejection, Damages for Wrongous, 28- 31, 32. Evidence, 8, 33, 41, 65.
Robert Candlish Henderson, 1908
Digest of Cases Decided in the Supreme Courts of Scotland, ...
Reparation, 1157. injuries from judicial proceedings tod protest!, 1157. injuries
from execution of diligence and warrants, 1158. wrongous apprehension,
detention, and imprisonment, 1 158. wrongous interdict and seizure, 1163.
Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Court of Justiciary, ...
Reparation — Continued. Wrongous use of diligence — Law-Agent — Malice —
Issues. 21. In an action of maills and duties by heritable creditors against the
proprietor and tenants of the subjects in which there was a conclusion for
Digest of Cases Decided in the Courts of Session, Teinds, ...
Wrongous AppreJiension, REPARATION. Detention, and Imprisonment. 495 11,
1828; 4 Mur. II. Injuries from Execution- of Diligence and Warrants. 1. Wrongous
Apprehension, Detention, and Imprisonment. 6. Damages awarded for the illegal
The Decisions of the Court of Session, from Its First ...
Ifthe act applies to nvate per one. lmprisonment cn suspicion. wrongous
Imprisonment. * A soN entered a claim on the forfeited efiate of his father, 'in
terms of the act aoth Geo. II. c. 41. for a sum contained in a bond of provision
granted by, his ...
Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee, 1804
Notes on Issues in Jury Trials: With References to Reported ...
Damages for wrongous interdict. Gilmour and Anderson v. Gilchrist, 20th June,
1857, 29 Jur. 410 ; Abel's Eirs. v. Edmonds, 10th July, 1863, 1 Macph. 1061 ;
Robinson v. North British Railway Co., 10th Mar. 1864, 2 Macph. 841; Miller v.
John Black Leslie Birnie, 1881
An Abridgement of the Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland: ...
... or liberation as aforesaid And his Majestie with consent forsaid Statutes and
Ordains that the pain of wrongous imprisonment shall be Six thousand pound for
a Nobleman four thousand pound for a landed Gentleman two thousand pound
The Scottish Law Reporter: Continuing Reports ... of Cases ...
Reparation — Interdict — School — Board School—Teacher— Irregular
Dismissal of Teacher Followed by Interdict Subsequently Recalled — Wrongous
Interdict — Damages— Releva ncy. The headmaster of a Board school
appointed in ...
Gobbledygook: A Dictionary That's 2/3 Accurate, 1/3 Nonsense ...
wrongous. (RAHNG-uhss) (adj.): Iniquitious, illegal, unlawful. Almost everyone is
guilty of a wrongous act from time to time: speeding, jaywalking, talking on his or
her cell phone while driving. 3.
A Practical View of the Statute Law of Scotland: From the ...
And his Majesty, with advice and consent foresaid, enacts and declares, That
action and process for wrongous imprisonment shall prescrive, if not pursued
within three years after the last day of the wrongous imprisonment ; and process