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See “ ALLUVION.”
See “ EVIDENCE," 1.
1. Appeal restored after being disa
missed for want of effectual prose-
Land formed by gradual accretion
belongs to the owner of the ad-
been taken afterthe Order allow-
Council from the decision of a
2. Appeal from the Sudder Court in
India, which stood dismissed under
the prosecution of the appeal and
meechund v. Seto Zorawur Mull] 204
Ghose v. Hullodhur Doss] 207
jurisdiction to entertain an appli-
Sreemetty Raddamoney Do88ee] 209
1854, by the Supreme Court at
See “ PRACTICE," 12, 13.
In order to enable the Zillah Court,
under Bom. Reg. VII. of 1827, to
VII. of 1827, enacts among other
under it, which had been ordered
See “ EVIDENCE," 1.
See “ HINDO0 Law," 2.
See “ JURISDICTION," 2.
See“ INTEREST,” 2.
See “ JURISDICTION,'
See “ HINDOO Law," 1.
in the name of his son. Held a
See “ HINDOO LAW," 2.
See “ WILL," 2.
See " WAGER.”
See " WAGER."
1. In order to enable the Zillah
Court, under Bom. Reg. VII. of
of 1793 and X. of 1800, being
1. Appellant's costs in the Court
below allowed, and sent referred
Court below, the Judicial Com-
enforcement by Government of
reversing the decree of the Special
v. The Gorernment of Bengal] 101
the due prosecution of the appeal
larity in the Court below in the
lant upon appeal, and in all the
a decision of the Judges, in such
Courts in India are to proceed in
recorded issues do not enable the
See “ INHERITANCE,” 3.
See “ MAHOMEDAN LAW.”
EAST INDIA COMPANY.
See " RIVER.”
1. By the constitution of the Supreme
Courts in India, the Judges, for the
1. In an action by a banking firm
against another firm to recover a
no other Vakeel then acting for
objected to at the proper time
cl. 2, imposes no obligation on the
To assign Raj by deed to single heir.
balance upon an account between
Held, (reversing the Sudier Court's
decree,) that although the Plain-
witness of the Plaintiff in the
To defeat sequestration.
A deed of sale conveying real estate,
the property of a Defendant in a