The Case of Queens Colledge in Oxford of Minosmer

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1611
Date01 January 1611
CourtExchequer

English Reports Citation: 145 E.R. 261

IN THE EXCHEQUER

The Case of Queens Colledge in Oxford of Minosmer

[15] hu,l. 4 ,!ac. in the exchequer. it was moved by one, whether the Kings patentee of pirats goods, seising some goods of pirats should pay custome for them or not, and it was holden by the barons, that he should pay none, for in asmuch as they are goods given by law unto the King, no reason that he should have custome for his own goods. the case of queens colledge in oxford of minosmkk. Upon a special verdict the jury found, that Queens Colledge in Oxford was incorporated by the name of Provost and Schollers of the Hall of the Queens Colledge of Oxford, and they were seised in fee of an advowson whereof the place is parcel, the church being void, the provost and schollers aforesaid did by the name of Provost of Queens Colledge in the Univeraitie of Oxford, and the fellows and scholers of the same present one A. to the same avoydance, who after admission, &o., made a lease for years, yet to come to the defendant, which was confirmed by the patron and ordinary, arid that afterwards A. died, and the plaintiff was presented, admitted, instituted, and inducted, and the defendant entring claiming his lease, the plaintiff had brought this action. Harris junior serjeant for the plaintiff seemed, that the presentation of the lessor of the defendant was not by the true name of the patrons, and so the lease void, and therefore the defendant a trespasser as to the plaintiff, and he said, that the name of a corporation is not like to a mans surname which groweth by nature, but is like to a name of baptisme which groweth by politic, and therefore ought to be truly observed in their grants and presentations, as appears by 35 H. G, fo. 5, and it is there said, if a man be baptized by the name of posthumus, if this addition of posthumus lie omitted, this abates the writ, but yet he agreed that variance of the name of a corporation in some manner of surplusage hindreth not, as hi Plowden, Crofts and tluvxli awe, and it was in t'-ixher and lioyx cane ruled, that Custos for gardianus was not any material variance, but he said, that in Mich. 29 & 30 Eliz. in Banco Regis in Alerton (Jnlledyo fio.se, where the title was, that the said Colledge was incorporated by the name of the Colledge of Scholers of the House of Merton Colledge, atid in a lease by them this word scholers was omitted, and holden void, for that cause, and so it was betwixt one Wingate and Hall, the...

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