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" revived and declared to be perpetual. And also, all such laws and statutes of England^ as have been at any time esteemed, introduced, used, accepted or received as laws in the island, should and were thereby declared to be and continue laws of "
Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Judicial Committee and the ... - Pāgina 64
per Great Britain. Privy Council. Judicial Committee, Edmund F. Moore - 1837
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

1903
...necessary Acts of Assembly, and the following declaration expressed in the 31st clause of this revenue Act. at any time esteemed, introduced, used, accepted or received as laws, in this island, shall and are hereby declared to be, and continue, laws of this his majesty's island of...
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The Revised Reports: Being a Republication of Such Cases in the ..., Volum 66

Frederick Pollock, Robert Campbell, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead - 1904
...reference to this last point: [ 452 ] The Jamaica Act, of 1 Geo. II. c. 1, by which it is enacted, that all such laws and statutes of England as have been...introduced, used, accepted, or received as laws in this island, shall and are hereby declared to be and continue laws of his Majesty's island of Jamaica...
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Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, Volum 1

Association of American Law Schools - 1907 - 870 pāgines
...Acts of Assembly, and the following declaration expressed in the 31st clause of this revenue Act: " And also all such laws and statutes of England as...introduced, used, accepted or received as laws, in this island, shall and are hereby declared to be, and continue, laws of this his majesty's island of...
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Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, Volum 1

Association of American Law Schools - 1907 - 872 pāgines
...Acts of Assembly, and the following declaration expressed in the 31st clause of this revenue Act: " And also all such laws and statutes of England as...introduced, used, accepted or received as laws, in this island, shall and are hereby declared to be, and continue, laws of this his majesty's island of...
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Encyclopaedia of the laws of England: with forms and precedents by ..., Volum 7

1907 - 782 pāgines
...brought with them the English statute law. The colonial Statute 1 Geo. II. c. 1, s. 22, which enacts that all such laws and statutes of England as have been at any time esteemed, introduced, accepted, or received as laws in this island, shall and are hereby declared to be laws of this island...
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Canadian Reports: Appeal Cases, Volum 1

Walter Edwin Lear - 1910 - 566 pāgines
...the Act of the Colonial Legislature, i Geo. n., c. i, passed in 1728, which directed • j that " all laws and statutes of England as have been at any time esteemed, introduced, and accepted, or received, as laws in the island, should, and were thereby declared to be, and continue,...
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The British West Indies: Their History, Resources and Progress

Sir Algernon Edward Aspinall - 1914 - 508 pāgines
...their laws should receive the Royal Assent, and that all such laws and statutes of England, as had been at any time esteemed, introduced, used, accepted or received as laws in the island, should " be and continue laws of this His Majesty's Island of Jamaica for ever." This arrangement was loyally...
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The Doctrine of Consideration Treated Historically and Comparatively ...

Fīrōzshāh Nasarvānjī Daruvālā - 1914 - 622 pāgines
...Edwards, decided in 1866, it was held by the Supreme Court " that Geo. II c. 1, sec. 22, which enacts that all such laws and statutes of England as have been at any time esteemed, introduced, accepted and received as laws in this island shall and are hereby declared to be laws of this island...
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The Reports: Decisions of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland, Volum 2

Newfoundland. Supreme Court - 1916
...directed that "all laws and statutes of England us have been at any time esteemed, introduced, and accepted, or received, as laws in the island, should,...were thereby declared to be, and continue, laws of Her Majesty's Island of Jamaica for ever, observed that, "on this the legality of the pow?r in question...
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Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law, Volums 1-2

1896 - 474 pāgines
...for the application of English law. (iii.) The island Statute i Geo. II. c. i, s. 22, enacts that " all such laws and Statutes of England as have been at any time esteemed, introduced, accepted, or received as laws in this island, shall and are hereby declared to be " laws of this island...
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