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Rogers on Elections...V.3. 1897 [Hardcover]
by Rogers Francis James Newman

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: ...of this notice the B. B. may exercise a discretion whether to allow the appeal or not. Statement If the appeal be granted, the B. B. will, from his of case. note8 of the evidence, state in writing the material facts (y) A form of notice is given in Appendix III., Form No. 7, post, p. 711. I proved in the case (z). The statement must be made in Appeal. the some way as he would state a special case from the quarter sessions, and he must add his decision on the whole case, and his judgment upon the particular point of law appealed from: sect. 42. The same section required that the E. B. should read To be his statement to the appellant in open Court, and sign Bigued' it; and that the appellant, or some one on his behalf, should upon the same paper, and at the end of the statement, write, "I appeal from this decision," or words to that effect. See Scott v. Durant, ante, p. 338. But the Cy. El. Act, 1888, s. 6 (2), now provides that the B. B. may state the case any time within ten days after the end of the revision, so that it is done four days before the Michaelmas sittings. It need not be read in Court, but must be submitted to the appellant who, if he approve the same, shall sign the same as directed by Beg. Act, 1843, s. 42, and return the same to the B. B. The Beg. Act, 1843, s. 42, requires that the B. B. Indorsemust then indorse the name of the county and polling ment' district, or city or borough, and the parish or township, the Christian and surnames and places of abode of the appellant and respondent (a), and, having dated and signed such indorsement, is to deliver it to the appellant, by him to be transmitted to the Crown Office: vide post, p. 341. He must also give a copy of the statement and the indorsement thereon to the respondent, if he ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: ...of this notice the B. B. may exercise a discretion whether to allow the appeal or not. Statement If the appeal be granted, the B. B. will, from his of case. note8 of the evidence, state in writing the material facts (y) A form of notice is given in Appendix III., Form No. 7, post, p. 711. I proved in the case (z). The statement must be made in Appeal. the some way as he would state a special case from the quarter sessions, and he must add his decision on the whole case, and his judgment upon the particular point of law appealed from: sect. 42. The same section required that the E. B. should read To be his statement to the appellant in open Court, and sign Bigued' it; and that the appellant, or some one on his behalf, should upon the same paper, and at the end of the statement, write, "I appeal from this decision," or words to that effect. See Scott v. Durant, ante, p. 338. But the Cy. El. Act, 1888, s. 6 (2), now provides that the B. B. may state the case any time within ten days after the end of the revision, so that it is done four days before the Michaelmas sittings. It need not be read in Court, but must be submitted to the appellant who, if he approve the same, shall sign the same as directed by Beg. Act, 1843, s. 42, and return the same to the B. B. The Beg. Act, 1843, s. 42, requires that the B. B. Indorsemust then indorse the name of the county and polling ment' district, or city or borough, and the parish or township, the Christian and surnames and places of abode of the appellant and respondent (a), and, having dated and signed such indorsement, is to deliver it to the appellant, by him to be transmitted to the Crown Office: vide post, p. 341. He must also give a copy of the statement and the indorsement thereon to the respondent, if he ...

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  • Publisher: Facsimile Publisher
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    Notes: Lang: -eng, Pages 816. It is the reprint edition of the original edition which was published long back (1897). The book is printed in black on high quality paper with Matt Laminated colored dust cover. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. We tried to manage the best possible copy but in some cases, there may be some pages which are blur or missing or with black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. Print on Demand.