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Kilty's English Statutes, 1811
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277                                                    AND ARE PROPER TO BE INCORPORATED.                                               277
 
    They who distrain for rent may avow generally.
11 George 2, Ch. 19, S. 22

Bail and mainprize.

    What persons are bailable, and by whom.  3
Edward 1, Ch. 15; 3 Henry 7, Ch. 3; 1 and 2
Philip and Mary, Ch. 13.
    Sheriffs shall let all persons to bail that are in
their custody, upon mesne process.  23 Henry 6,
Ch. 9.
    Justices of peace may bail persons arrested on
suspicion of felony.  1 Rich. 3, Ch. 3; 3 Henry 7,
Ch. 3.
    Bail bonds may be assigned to the plaintiff.  4
Anne, Ch. 16, S. 20.
    Special bail--when requisite.  12 George 1, Ch.
29.
    Where bail may have writ of detainer against
prisoner.  1 Anne, St. 2, Ch. 6, S. 3.

Bailiffs and bailwicks.

    Distress to be taken by sworn bailiffs.  13 Edw.
1, Ch. 37.
    Bailwicks not to be let to farm.  23 Henry 6,
Ch. 9.

Baron and feme.

    A wife that continues with her adulterer, barred
of dower.  13 Edward 1, St. 1, Ch. 34.
    Where alienations by a woman, of lands come
from the husband, &c. shall be void.  11 Henry 7,
Ch. 20.
    Husband disabled from discontinuing his wife's
estate.  32 Henry 8, Ch. 28, S. 6.
    Where leases by husband and wife of her inheritance
are good.  32 Henry 8, Ch. 28, S. 7.

Bastard and bastardy.

    Persons born before marriage deemed bastards.
20 Henry 3, Ch. 9.

Bill of exceptions.

    See exceptions.

Bills of exchange and promissory notes.

    Inland bills may be protested for non-payment.
9 and 10 William 3, Ch. 17.
    And for non-acceptance. 3 and 4 Anne, Ch. 9,
S. 4.
    In what case the drawer is obliged to give another
bill.  9 and 10 William 3, Ch. 17, S. 3.
    Promissory notes assignable.  3 and 4 Anne,
Ch. 9, S. 1.
    Where drawer excused from payment of costs
or interest.  3 and 4 Anne, Ch. 9, S. 5.
    Where acceptance of a bill of exchange in satisfaction
of a former debt shall be deemed payment.
3 and 4 Anne, Ch. 9, S. 7.

Bonds.

    In actions on bond for non-performance of covenants,
plaintiff may assign many breaches.  8 and
9 William 3, Ch. 11, S. 8.
    Payment may be pleaded.  4 Anne, Ch. 16, S.
12.
    Principal, interest and costs may be brought into
court.  4 Anne, Ch. 16, S. 13.

Bottomry.

    See insurance.

Breaking prison.

    See prison.

Buying titles.

    Action for buying pretended titles.  32 Henry 8,
Ch. 9.

Calendar.

    Establishment of the new stile.  24 George 2,
Ch. 23.
    The doing of things depending on any moveable
feast must be according to the new calendar.  25
George 2, Ch. 30.

Capias.

    See arrests.



 
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