Det v Executors que plede pleinement administer, & trove fuit que ils avoint

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1664
Date01 January 1664
CourtCourt of Common Pleas

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 338


ers Executors que plede pleinement administer, & trove fuit que ils avoint

[32] LXXVII. Det vers Executors que plede pleinement administer, & trove fuit que ils avoint assets, apres que fieri facias issist al Vicount queux retunie que ils nont rein deins mesnae la County, & ceo fuifc terms bone returne ; car poit estre que les Jurors trove cest assets in un auter County come ils bien poient fils voile prender notice de ceo, & uncore lour verdit ne Her le Vicount. P. 7 E. 6.

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