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Alexander's British statutes in force in Maryland. 2d ed., 1912
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INDEX TO THE STATUTES.
1055
Avowry.
An avowant recovering, shall have
costs. 7 Henry 8, Ch. 4, S. 3; 21
Henry 8, Ch. 19.
Writs shall go to enquire of the
sum in arrear, and the value of the
distress, on nonsuit of the plaintiff,
or verdict or judgment on demurrer
against him. 17 Charles 2, Ch. 7, S.
2 & 3.
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 & 2 Philip & Mary, Ch. 13.
Sheriffs shall let all persons to bail
that are in their custody, upon mesne
process. 23 Henry 6, Ch. 10.
Justices of peace may bail persons
arrested on suspicion of felony. 1
Richard 3, Ch. 3; 3 Henry 7, Ch. 3.
Bail bonds may be assigned to the
plaintiff. 4 Anne, Ch 1-6, S. 20.
Special bail—when requisite. 12
George 1, Ch. 29.
Where bail may have writ of de-
tainer against prisoner. 1 Anne, St.
2, Ch.6, S. 3.
Bailiffs and Bail in-id's.
Distress to be taken by sworn bai-
liffs. 13 Edward 1, St. 1, Ch. 37.
Bailiwicks not to be let to farm.
23 Henry 6, Ch. 10.
Baron and Feme.
A wife that continues with her
adulterer, barred of dower. 13 Ed-
ward 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 discontinu-
ing his wife's estate. 32 Henry 8,
Ch. 28, S. 6.
See Index to
I Where leases by husband and wife
I of her inheritance are good. 32 Hen-
' ry 8, Ch. 28, S. 7.
I Bastard and Bastardy.
Persons born before marriage deem-
ed bastards. 20 Henry 3, Ch 9.
Bigamy.
Made felony—to what cases Act
i not to extend. 1 James 1, Ch. 11.
i
Bills of Exceptions.
[ See Exceptions.
I
; Bills of Exchange and Promis-
sory Notes.
Inland bills may be protested for
non-payment. 9 & 10 William 3, Ch.
17.
And for non-acceptance. 3 & 4
Anne, Ch.9, S. 4.
In what case the drawer is obliged
to give another bill. 9 & 10 William
3, Ch.17, S.3.
Promissory notes assignable. 3 &
4 Anne, Ch. 9, S 1.
Where drawer excused from pay-
ment of costs or interest. 3 & 4 Anne,
Ch. 9, S. 5.
Where acceptance of a bill of ex-
change in satisfaction of a former
debt shall be deemed payment. 3 & 4
Anne, Ch.9, S-7.
Bonds.
In actions on bonds for non-per-
performance of covenants, plaintiff
may assign many breaches. 8 & 9
William 3, Ch. 11, S. 8.
Payment may be pleaded. 4 Anne,
Ch. 16, S. 12.
Principal, interest and costs, may
i be brought into court. 4 Anne, Ch.
16, S. 13.
Bottomry.
See Insurance.
Notes, page 1069.

 
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