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VENDOR AND PURCHASER.
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of twenty years from the time possession was first given. Doe d. Mil-
V po 1,1318033
Agreed to sell my horse P. to J. B. for 2001. provided he trots eigh-
not performed, the horse is hcreby sold to the said J. B. for one shilling,
Anne, c. 14. Brogden v. Marriott, 712.
A defendant who keeps out of the way a' witness material to the
an attachment. Clements v. Williams, 814,
Commissioners of -gee CROWN LANDS.
1. In a writ of right, the summons for the knights to elect the assize
2. A writ of right was sued out before the 31st December, 1834, and
And see pl. 8.
3. The original writ having been superseded in Chancery, this court
WRIT OF RIGHT.
4. The tenant in a writ of right not being able to discover who the
5. Semble, that the proper course would be to make the order a
rule of court, and apply for an attachment against the attorney. Id.
6. The court permitted the tenant in a writ of right to enter up
proceed to trial pursuant to notice. Mason, dem., Sadler, ten., 510.
7. In a writ of right, the tenant demurred to the count for a sup-
Twining, dem., Lowndes, ten., 260.
8. The court refused to re-open a rule for setting aside the service
9. This court has no authority to set aside a writ of right: nor can
nal writ has been returned. Foot, dem., Shirreff, def., 806.
10. On the trial of a writ of right, the demi-mark was tendered
in time. Davies, dem., Lowndes, ten, 74.
11. There cannot be a special verdict in a writ of right. Davies,
dem., Lowndes, ten., 104.
END OF VOL. II.