4 edition of treatise on the rules and practice of the equity side of the Exchequer in Ireland found in the catalog.
treatise on the rules and practice of the equity side of the Exchequer in Ireland
Gorges Edmond Howard
|Statement||As also, several adjudged cases on the practice in courts of equity, both in England and Ireland, with the reasons and origin thereof, in many instances as they arose from the civil law of the Romans, or the canon and feudal laws; and a compleat index to the whole.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1.|
|LC Control Number||24032226|
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A treatise on the rules and practice of the equity side of the Exchequer in Ireland: with the several statutes relative thereto; as also Several Adjudged Cases on the Practice in Courts of Equity, both in England and Ireland, with the Reasons and Origin thereof in many Instances as they arose from the Civil Law of the Romans, or the Canon and Feudal Laws; and a Compleat.
A treatise on the rules and practice of the equity side of the Exchequer in Ireland: with the several statutes relative thereto. The second edition. 'A Treatise on the Rules and Practice of the Equity Side of the Exchequer in Ireland, with the several Statutes relative thereto, as also several Adjudged Cases on the Practice in Courts of Equity both in England and Ireland,with the Reasons and Origin thereof, in many instances as they arose from the Civil Law of the Romans, or the Canon and.
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A Treatise on the Jurisdiction Generally and in Particular Causes, and on the Practice of the Exchequer Court of. Mayers. With us too, the aula regia, which was the supreme court of judicature, undoubtedly administered equal justice according to the rules of both or either, as the case might chance to require: and, when that was broken to pieces, the idea of a court of equity, as distinguished from a court of law, did not subsist in the original plan of partition.
But in Scotland, and other countries where equity and common law are uni∣ted in one court, the boundary varies imperceptibly; for what origi∣nally is a rule in equity, loses its character when, gathering strength by practice, it is considered as common law: thus the actio negotiorum gestorum, retention, salvage, &c.
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General rules and orders of the equity side of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland: from the earliest period to the present time with notes and an appendix of statutes relating to the practice of the court / by T. Kennedy Lowry. Gorges Edmond Howard, A Treatise on the Rules and Practice of the Equity side of the Exchequer in Ireland, with the several Statutes relative thereto, as also several Adjudged Cases on the Practice in Courts of Equity both in England and Ireland,with the Reasons and Origin thereof, in many instances as they arose from the Civil Law of the.
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See also Ballow, A Treatise of Equity n.(x) (); Verplanck, G., An Essay on The Doctrine of Contracts 96 – 97 ().
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Dublin: Hodges and Smith. Local Government vii,clix p. ; 18 cm.; UK Fiche: Ireland. Court of Exchequer.III. PRE-CHRISTIAN IRELAND. Getting out of this earliest and foggiest period, whose only memorials are the stones which still cumber the ground, or those subtler traces of occupation of which philology keeps the key, and pushing aside a long and uncounted crowd of kings, with names as uncertain as their deeds, pushing aside, too, the legends and coming to hard fact, we must picture Ireland.