Les recueils de jurisprudence du Québec, publiés par le Barreau de Québec: Cour supérieure, Volume 2

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Page 341 - La promesse de vente vaut vente lorsqu'il ya consentement réciproque des deux parties sur la chose et sur le prix.
Page 507 - The sea is either that which lies within the body of a county, or without That arm or branch of the sea which lies within the fauces terrae, where a man may reasonably discern between shore and shore, is, or at least may be, within the : body of a county, and therefore within the Jurisdiction of the* sheriff or coroner.
Page 283 - Une partie peut former tierce opposition à un jugement qui préjudicie à ses droits, et lors duquel, ni elle ni ceux qu'elle représente, n'ont été appelés.
Page 507 - The only question with which it becomes necessary for us to deal is whether the part of the sea on which the vessel was at the time when the offence was committed, forms part of the body of the county of Glamorgan, and we are of opinion that it does. The sea in question is part of the Bristol Channel, both shores of which form part of England and Wales, of the county of Somerset on the one side, and the county of Glamorgan on the other.
Page 101 - Be it remembered, that on the day of in the year of his majesty's reign, and in the year of our Lord...
Page 92 - ... as may then be there, to answer further to the said charge, and to be further dealt with according to law, unless you shall be otherwise ordered in the meantime. Given under my hand and seal, this day of in the year of our Lord, nt in the [county] aforesaid.
Page 99 - The fugitive shall be brought before a Judge, who shall, subject to the provisions of this Part, hear the case, in the same manner, as nearly as may be, as if the fugitive was brought before a Justice of the Peace charged with an indictable offence committed in Canada.
Page 507 - We are of opinion that, looking at the local situation of this sea, it must be taken to belong to the counties respectively by the shores of which it is bounded...
Page 339 - L'hypothèque est un droit réel sur les immeubles affectés à l'acquittement d'une obligation. Elle est, de sa nature, indivisible, et subsiste en entier sur tous les immeubles affectés, sur chacun et sur chaque portion de ces immeubles. Elle les suit dans quelques mains qu'ils passent.
Page 94 - ... shall deny any writ of habeas corpus by this act required to be granted, being moved for as aforesaid, they shall severally forfeit to the prisoner or party grieved the sum of five hundred pounds, to be recovered in manner aforesaid.

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