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TORTs-continued.
(B.) Particularly considered-contd.
III. To the person, including

reputation-continued.
Rescous

313 Scienter

321 Slander

334 See also title POLICE

Law. WILLS, 1. Testamentary instruments:

Codicil,

What it is,
Execution and attestation of,
In Roman Law

66 Nuncupative wills,

Mode of making,
Under Statute of Frauds,
Since New Wills Acts .

258 Testament

359 Testator

360 Wills, Under New Wills Act (1 Vict.

c. 26),
(1.) What property passes,
(2.) Capacity of testators,
(3.) Formal requisites,
(4.) Capacity of witnesses,
(5.) Revocation of will,
(6.) Operation of will .386–388
See also titles EQUITY

LAW; LEGACIES AND
DEVISES; REAL PRO-

PERTY LAW.
II. Construction of,

Interpretation,
Rules of

192-193
Wills,
Under New Wills Act (1 Vict.

c. 26),
(1.) What property passes,
(2.) Date from which will

operates,
(3.) Cases of lapse,
(4.) Meaning of word

"land,"
(5.) Exercise of

powers,
(6.) Quantity of estate,
(7.) Dying without
issue

.386-388 WRITS, 1. General nature of: Assise.

35 Writ,

What it is,
Varieties of,
Abolition of original,

real and mixed . 390 II. Varieties of: Assise of darrein presentment 36 mort d'ancestor

36 novel disseisin

36 nuisance

36 de utrum

36 Assistance, writ of

36

WRITS-continued.
II, Varieties of-continued.
Averiis captis in withernam,

writ of,
Its use

40 Capias, Its use

52 Capias ad audiendum judicium, Its use

52 Capias ad satisfaciendum,

What it is,
Time for issuing

52
Capias in withernam,
Occasion for

52 Capias utlagatum

52 Casu consimili, writ of,

For whom granted,
Under what statute

53
Cautione admittendâ,
Its use in ecclesiastical im-
prisonment

53 Cepi corpus,

Return to writ of capias . 54
Certiorari,

Writ of,
Occasions for .

54 Cessavit,

Writ of,
Where insufficient distress,
Where services neglected,

Modern substitute for 54-55
Close rolls and close writs,
What they are

66
Communia placita non tenenda
in scaccario

72 Cosenage, Writ of, occasion for .

94 Cui ante divortium .

106 Cui in vita

106 Customs and services,

Writ of,

Its modern equivalent 107 Dedimus potestatem

112

de attornato, faciendo

112 Descender, Writ of formedon in, what

116 Detainer, Writ of

117 De ventre inspiciendo, Occasion for writ

118 Distringas, Writ of, abolished

122 Distringas juratores, Writ of, abolished

122 Dote assignanda

124 Dote unde nihil habet

124 Dum fuit infra ætatem

125 Dum fuit in prisonî

125 Dum fuit non compos mentis 125 Duces tecum

125 Ejectione custodia

131 Entry, writ of

138 Entry ad communem legem 138

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WRITS—continued.
II. Varieties of continued.
Entry ad terminum qui præte-
riit

138 Entry in casu proviso

138 Entry in consimili casu. 138 Error, writ of,

What is,
Grounds of,

(a.) Error of fact,

(6.) Error of law,
Grounds must be substantial,
Time for,
Mode of bringing,
Alterations by Judicature Act,
1873

140
Escheat,
Writ of

149 Estrepement, writ of

145 Excommunicato capiendo,

Writ of, its use,
Desuetude of .

149 Execution, writ of

149 Extent

151 Formedon,

Writ of, and varieties of 160-161
Habeas corpus,

Writ of,
Right to writ of,

(a.) At Common Law,

(6.) Under statutes,
How obtained,
Different objects of,
Habeas corpus ad testifican-

dum,
Habeas corpus ad satisfacien-

dum,
Substitute for latter under
C. L. P. Act, 1852

174 Habeas corpus juratorum,

Its object,
Its abolition

174
Habere facias possessionem
Its object.

174 Homine replegiando,

Writ of,
Uses of

177 Inquiry, writ of

190 Judicial writs,

What are,
How distinguished from ori-
ginals

200 Juris utrum

201 Latitat

208 Leproso amovendo

215 Levari facias

216 Mesne, writ of

236 Mort d'ancestor.

243 Nativo habendo,

Uses of,
Burden of proof on

247 Ne exeat regno

248 Novel disseisin

257 Nuper obiit

258 Odio et atiâ

259

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Abolition of

279

280 Præcipe

284 in capite

284 quod reddat

284 Procedendo

291 Proprietate probanda

294 Protection, writ of .

294
Quare ejecit infra terminum 298
Quo minus
Quo warranto,

Nature of writ,
Uses of,
Examples of

300 Quod ei deforceat

300 permittat.

300 prosternere.

300 Rationabili

parte bonorum 301 Rationabilibus divisis

301 Ravishment de gard

301 Re-attachment

302 Recordari facias loquelam

304 Recto de advocatione ecclesiæ 305

dote
dote unde nihil habet 305
rationabili parte .

305 Recto quando dominus remisit 305 sur disclaimer

305 Re-extent

306 Rege inconsulto.

307 Reparatione facienda

310 Retorno habendo

314 Return

314 Reverter, formedon in

315 Right, writ of

316 Right close, writ of

316 Scire facias,

What it is,
Its nature,
Its uses

322 Scire fieri, Case for

322 Scutagio babendo

322 Second deliverance, writ of

323 Secta ad curiam

323 molendinum, writ of . 323 Sequestrari facias

325 Si fecerit te securum

331 Si non omnes

331 Significavit, Clause of, Example of

331

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LIST OF BOOKS.

The following is a list of the books which have been principally consulted in compiling this Dictionary, in addition to the few that are referred to in the body of the work. The list is classified under heads, which may perhaps serve the student or junior barrister in making up his own Law Library.

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I. COMMON LAW.
(A.) Law of Contract :

Benjamin on Sales, 1 vol.
Broom's Common Law, 1 vol.
Byles on Bills of Exchange, 1 vol.
Chitty on Contracts, 1 vol.
Grant's Law of Banking, 1 vol.
Kay on the Law of Shipmasters.
Langdell's Contract Cases, 1 vol.

Cases on Sales, 1 vol.
Leake on Contracts, 1 vol.
Maude and Pollock on Merchant

Shipping, 1 vol.
Mayne on Damages, 1 vol.
Russell on Arbitrations, 1 vol.
Sedgwick on Damages, 1 vol.
Selwyn's Nisi Prius, 2 vols.
Smith's Leading Cases, 2 vols.

Mercantile Law, 1 vol. Williams's Personal Property, 1 vol. (B.) Law of Torts :

Addison on Torts, 1 vol.
Broom's Common Law, 1 vol.
Mayne on Damages, 1 vol.

Sedgwick on Damages, 1 vol. (C.) Law of Crimes :

Archbold's Criminal Pleading, 1

vol.

Greaves' Criminal Statutes, 1 vol. (D.) Law of Evidence :

Best on Evidence, 1 vol.
Roscoe's Evidence at Nisi Prius,

1 vol.
Roscoe's Criminal Evidence, 1 vol.

Taylor on Evidence, 2 vols. (E.) Law of Procedure :

Adams on Ejectment, 1 vol.
Archbold's Criminal Pleading, 1 vol.
Brandon's Lord Mayor's Court, 1

vol.
Brandon's Foreign Attachment, 1

vol. Browne's Probate Practice, 1 vol.

Divorce Practice, 1 vol. Bullen and Leake's Precedents in

Pleading, 1 vol.

I. COMMON Law-continued.
(E.) Law of Procedure-continued.

Buller's Nisi Prius, 1 vol.
Chitty's Forms, Q. B., &c., vol.

Archbold's Practice, 2 vols.
Cole on Ejectment, 1 vol.
Davis's County Courts Practice, 1

vol.
Day's C. L. P. Acts, vol.

Smith's Action at Law, 1 vol.
II. EQUITY LAW.
(A.) General Principles :

Fisher on Mortgages, 2 rols.
Fry on Specific Performance, 1 vol.
Kerr on Discovery, 1 vol.

Fraud, 1 vol.
Injunctions, 1 vol.

Receivers, 1 vol.
Lewin on Trusts, 1 vol.
Lindley on Partnership, 2 vols.
May on Fraudulent Conveyances,

1 vol.
Smith's Manual of Equity, 1 vol.
Snell's Principles of Equity, 1 vol.
Spence's Equitable Jurisdiction, 2

vols.
Sugden on Powers, 1 vol.
Tudor's Leading Cases, Mercantile

and Maritime Law, 1 vol. White and Tudor's Leading Cases,

Equity, 2 vols.
(B.) Particular Subject Matters :

Adams on Trade Marks, 1 vol.
Bainbridge on Mines and Minerals,

1 vol.
Brown on Fixtures, 1 vol.
Buckley's Companies Acts, 1 vol.
Cooke and Harwood's Charities, 1

vol.
Copinger's Law of Copyright, 1 vol.
Cross on Lien, 1 vol.
Goddard on Easements, 1 vol.
Godefroi’s Railway Law, 1 vol.
Hanson on Legacy and Succession

Duty, 1 vol.
Johnson on Patents, 1 vol.

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