10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WRONGOUSLY»
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The Scottish Law Reporter: Continuing Reports ... of Cases ...
(2) The defenders' servant, acting within the scope of his authority from the
defenders, having wrongously induced the pursuer to enter his private room, and
thereafter having wrongfully detained the pursuer there as condescended on,
The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in ...
... of April 1851 ho drew the whole sum, principal and interest, out of the bank. He
died insolvent in July 1851 ; and the pursuer averred that Mr. Walker had acted in
these matters without her authority, and had wrongously and fraudulently put a ...
Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Court of Justiciary, ...
... thereof illegally, wrongously, oppressively, maliciously, without probable cause
, and brought by said defender before a Court, which in the circumstances was
not empowered or entitled by law to deal with the same, the Justices of the Peace
Reports of Cases Before the High Court and Circuit Courts of ...
... 1883. favour of the present respondent. He also wrongously N53, refused to
admit a reference to the respondent's oath, “Km and the Sherifi'-principal
dismissed an appeal against the Chalmers' latter judgment as not being
Scotland. High Court of Justiciary, Charles Tennant Couper, 1887
Statutory Rules and Orders Other Than Those of a Local, ...
(here narrate the charge), most wrongously and unjustly. That the oomplainer is
willing to find caution, acted in your lordships' books in common form. May it
therefore please your lordships simpliciter to suspend the said pretended decree
Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Teind Court, &c. and ...
My conclusion is, that it was perfectly competent to present this application for
recovery of property said to be wrongously retained, and that the Sheriff was
competent to give effect to that application, if the goods were wrongously
detained ; and ...
Scotland. Court of Session, 1863
The Common Law Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and ...
Whether the said deed, bearing to be a contract of copartnery, was executed
between the said deceased, Alexander Hair, the defender, Walter Hill, and the
said deceased James Sinclair, fraudulently and wrongously for the purpose of ...
Great Britain. Courts, John Bury Dasent, 1854
The statutory rules and orders revised
(here narrate the charge), most wrongously and unjustly, the aforesaid decree
having been pronounced in absence of the ooinplainer, and without his being
heard on his defences against the same. That the coinplainer has consigned in
Session Cases: Cases Decided in the Court of Session, and ...
Both the presentation of said bill at the time and place specified, and the
subsequent publication of the protest by the defender Tudhope, were illegal acts,
and were wrongously and maliciously done, with the view of securing the
The Statutory Rules and Orders Revised: Being the Statutory ...
... charged (or, is threatened to be charged) at the instance of the said to make
payment, Ac. (here narrate the charge), most wrongously and unjustly. That the
complainer is willing to find caution, acted in your lordships' books in common
Great Britain, Alexander Pulling, 1904