The Judgments of the Supreme Court of Judicature and of the High Court of Appeal of the Island of Ceylon, Delivered Between the Years 1820-1833

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249 페이지 - Jurisdiction," in speaking of the provincial courts; but as the supreme court is empowered by the charter to exercise an equitable jurisdiction in point of form as nearly as may be according to the rules and proceedings of the High Court of Chancery in Great Britain...
256 페이지 - All persons, not being commissioned or non-commissioned military officers, soldiers, or followers of the army, usually held liable to military discipline shall be subject to the magistracy of the accredited agent or...
120 페이지 - Equity, and shall and may have full Power and Authority, to administer Justice in a summary Manner, according...
265 페이지 - Commissioners appointed to inquire in the Practice and Proceedings of the Superior Courts of Common Law...
113 페이지 - It holdeth generally that all ambiguity of words by matter within the deed, and not out of the deed, shall be holpen by construction, or in some cases by election, but never by averment, but rather shall make the deed void for uncertainty:
174 페이지 - From the incapacity of a married woman to contract, or to possess personal property which may be the subject of contract, men and their wives desirous of living separate have found it necessary to have recourse to the intervention of trustees, in whom the property, of which it is intended she shall have the disposition, may vest uncontrolled by the rights of...
255 페이지 - Provided always as to such Charges of Murder wherein any British subject may be defendant, who might be tried for the same by the Laws of the United Kingdom...
194 페이지 - The climate and seasons of the northern and southern districts are thus strikingly contrasted : on one side of the island, and even on one side of a mountain, the rain may fall in torrents, while on the other the earth is parched, and the herbage withered. The inhabitants in one place may be securing themselves from inundations, while in another they are carefully distributing the little water of a former season, which is retained in their wells and tanks.
253 페이지 - Sir John Doyley also, in his Sketch of the Constitution of the Kandyan Kingdom, remarks, that " the chief officers being principally chosen from the noble families, it frequently happened that they were persons of inactivity and inability, and being inexperienced in the affairs of the province or department committed to their charge, were frequently guided, in judicial as well as other matters, by the provincial headman, or by those of their household.
229 페이지 - Nothing is taught in the schools but reading in the native languages, and writing in the native character; and as the control exercised is insufficient to secure the attendance either of the masters or of the scholars, many abuses prevail, and the government schools in several instances exist only in name...

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