Panton, Widow, v Jones

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date08 April 1813
Date08 April 1813
CourtHigh Court

English Reports Citation: 170 E.R. 1415

IN THE COURTS OF KING'S BENCH AND COMMON PLEAS

Panton
Widow
and
Jones

Thursday, April 8, 1813. panton, widow, v. jones. (If the occupier of a house submits to a distress for rent stated in the notice of distress to be due from him as tenant to the distramer, this is an acknowledgment of the tenancy ) This was an action for the use and occupation of a house at Bristol. The defendant had never paid rent personally to the plaintiff, and she did not give strict evidence of title ; but it was proved, that in January, 1811, the defendant being in possession of the premises, she distrained on his goods for 39, 18s. stated to be airears of rent then due from him to her as his landlady He did not replevy, and the goods were sold to satisfy the rent. Ludlow, for the defendant, contended, that the distress was no acknowledgment (A a tenancy by the party submitting to it Although he knew the plaintiff had no right [373] to distrain, he might not be in a situation to replevy his goods ; or he might think it preferable to bring an...

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