The State Reports, New South Wales, Volume 6

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Page 752 - Princess, during their lives and the life of the survivor of them, and that the sole and full exercise of the regal power be only in and executed by the said Prince of Orange...
Page 201 - In all these cases it may be said, as it was said here, that the master has not authorized the act. It is true, he has not authorized the particular act, but he has put the agent in his place to do that class of acts...
Page 116 - Act applies, by any person whomsoever, the owner, agent and manager shall each be guilty of an offence against this Act, unless he proves that he had taken all reasonable means, by publishing and to the best of his power enforcing the said rules as regulations for the working of the mine, to prevent such contravention or non-compliance.
Page 309 - ... the wearing apparel and bedding of such person or his family, and the tools and implements of his trade to the value of five pounds, which shall to that extent be protected from such seizure...
Page 122 - Act applies, by any person whomsoever, being proved, the owner, agent, and manager shall each be guilty of an offence against this Act, unless he proves that he had taken all reasonable means, by publishing and to the best of his power enforcing the said rules...
Page 447 - THE declaration stated that it was agreed, by and between the plaintiffs and the defendant, that the *plaintiffs should sell and deliver to the defendant, and that the defendant would purchase of the plaintiffs, as many of the plaintiffs...
Page 321 - The enabling words are construed as compulsory whenever the object of the power is to effectuate a legal right.
Page 210 - ... answerable for the wrong of the person so intrusted either in the manner of doing such an act, or in doing such an act under circumstances in which it ought not to have been done ; provided that what was done was done, not from any caprice of the servant, but in the course of the employment
Page 326 - I have referred appear to decide nothing more than this : that where a power is deposited with a public officer for the purpose of being used for the benefit of persons who are specifically pointed, and with regard to whom a definition is supplied by the Legislature of the conditions upon which they are entitled to call for its exercise, that power ought to be exercised, and the Court will require it to be exercised.
Page 30 - It is presumed that the legislature does not intend to deprive the crown of any prerogative right or property unless it expresses its intention to do so in explicit terms or makes the inference irresistible.

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