Hall v Dewe

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1662
Date01 January 1662
CourtCourt of the King's Bench

English Reports Citation: 82 E.R. 323

King's Bench Division

Hall
and
Dewe

hall versus dewe. Debt aur un lease pur anns habend. & tenend. per 381b. annualment, d'estre pay chescun dimid ann : apres le lessor bargaine, & vend le reversion al plaintiff, que pur half years rent port son action de debt, & count aur c matter, & averre, que le fait fuit enroll diens le sois moys accordant al statute, & le fait port date devant le rent-jour, mes le rent-jour incurre devant le sois moys expire, & exception prise al declaration, quia ne monstoe ou 1'inrolment fuit devant, ou apres le rent-jour. Mes Doderidge, & le Court accord, quia est biena assets, quia est plead selonque le statute. Et si ne fuit enrol devant le rent-jour, doit estre monstre d'auter parte. Come 4 Rep. Hind's case. Secondement ils diont, que si le bargainee n'avera le rent incurre devant 1'inrolment, c voet faire un male stirre; quia le ley ad estre issint prist. Et dit, que ad estre isaint adjudge sur solemne argument, 5 Jac. Alsop's case. Tr...

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