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A treatise on the rules and practice of the equity side of the Exchequer in Ireland

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. ... by ... Gorges Edmond Howard.

by Gorges Edmond Howard

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Published by printed by Oli. Nelson in Dublin .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2v.(xlv,[9],464,[2],465-994,[2]p.)
Number of Pages994
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Open LibraryOL21200142M

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Gilbert's Treatise on Rents was regarded as authoritative by the Supreme Court of Canada as late as List of treatises (possibly incomplete) Law of distresses and replevins ; Law of Uses and Trusts ; Law and Practice of Ejectments ; Reports of cases in Equity and the Exchequer The book was used extensively by bench and bar and ran into many editions. Mitford himself, as Lord Redesdale, became Lord Chancellor of Ireland, an important equity judge, in The treatise served as a major foundation for Justice Story's Commentaries on Equity .

In jurisdictions following the English common law system, equity is the body of law which was developed in the English Court of Chancery and which is now administered concurrently with the common law.. For much of its history, the English common law was principally developed and administered in the central royal courts: the Court of King's Bench, the Court of Common Pleas, and the Exchequer. Royal Navy, Admiralty]. And of Officers in Vice Admiralty Courts in Her Majesty's Possessions abroad, and to confirm the past Proceedings, to extend the Jurisdiction, and to amend the Practice of those Courts.


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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.

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A compendious treatise of the rules and practice of the pleas side of the Exchequer in Ireland: as it now stands between party and party, with the rules of the said court, and an abridgment under each head of practice, of the several acts of. Equity had various meanings blurred by writers like Plowden 4.

Equity of the statute - merely meant they should be applied consistently 5. Equity of St German: Aristotelian equity (epieikeia), based on conscience and the application of synderesis to a particular act 6.

Aristotle was mediated through Aquinas 7. The Hand Book of Bankruptcy by John Levy, Esq., A Treatise on the Practice of the Superior Courts of Com-mon Law in Ireland by R.

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Abstract. INTRODUCTION: The equity side of the court of exchequer "is by far the most obscure of all the English jurisdictions," declared Plucknett. The purpose of this essay is to shed some light upon this court and to explore its jurisdiction, to introduce its staff, to discover its procedures, to explain its equity records.

Exchequer of Ireland. The Exchequer of Ireland developed in when King John of England reorganized the governance of his Lordship of Ireland and brought it more in line with English law.

It consisted of the Superior Exchequer, a court of equity and revenue akin to the Exchequer of Pleas, and the Inferior Exchequer. The Exchequer of Ireland developed in when King John of England reorganized the governance of his Lordship of Ireland and brought it more in line with English law.

It consisted of the Superior Exchequer, a court of equity and revenue akin to the Exchequer of Pleas, and the Inferior Exchequer. 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. 3 See generally W. Bryson, The Equity Side of the Exchequer (); Horwitz, Exchequer Equity Records and Proceedings (); D.

Fowler, Practice of the Court of Exchequer upon Proceedings in Equity (2nd ed. 4 Bryson, The Equity Side of the Exchequer, pp. 5 Bryson, The Equity Side of the Exchequer, pp. Full text of "Reports of Cases Argued and Determined on the Equity Side of the Court of Exchequer: Before the See other formats.Rules and orders of the Court of Exchequer; as to the equity side, office of pleas, and revenue.

[Multiple Contributors, See Notes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rules and orders of the Court of Exchequer; as to the equity side, office of pleas, and revenue.A treatise of the exchequer and revenue of Ireland by: Howard, Gorges Edmond, Published: () A congratulatory letter to the Right Honourable Robert Lord Walpole, on his Lordship's being made auditor of the exchequer, in the room of the Earl of Halifax, lately deceased Published: ().