Com. Northumb. v Green

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1681
Date01 January 1681
CourtCourt of the King's Bench

English Reports Citation: 82 E.R. 901

King's Bench Division

Com. Northumb
and
ers. Green

com. northumb. vers. green. trim. 23 car. rot. 1198. Debt. In debt for rent the plaintiff declares, that one Cross made a lease for years to the defendant rendring rent payable half yearly, who granted the reversion to the plaintiff, and such a day (which was the day wherein the rent was due) the de-[34]-fetidant attorned ; and for three years rent and a half, which included the rent due, the day of the attornment the action was brought; and upon nil debet, and a verdict for the plaintiff, it was moved in arrest of judgment, that the rent was payable to Cross before the attornment; for that shall be taken (if worst for the plaintiff) to be after sun-set; but it was disallowed : for the Court shall not intend it: and if they should, the verdict supplies the averment...

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