Category: H

  • Hulme V. Tenant

    Definition of Hulme V. Tenant ((1778), 1 Bro. C. C. 16). A bill was filed by the obligee of a bond entered into by the defendants (husband and wife) against the husband and wife, and her surviving trustee, to recover the sums secured out of his wife’s separate estate. Held, that the bond of a…

  • Hulme V. Tenant

    Definition of Hulme V. Tenant ((1778), 1 Bro. C. C. 16). A bill was filed by the obligee of a bond entered into by the defendants (husband and wife) against the husband and wife, and her surviving trustee, to recover the sums secured out of his wife’s separate estate. Held, that the bond of a…

  • Hulton & Co. V. Jones

    Definition of Hulton & Co. V. Jones ([1910] A. C. 20). In defamation it need not be proved that the defendant meant to defame a person ; it is sufficient if Arsons who knew the plaintiff understood that the statement referred to him.The appellants, in their newspaper, published in an article […]

  • Hundred

    Definition of Hundred A district forming part of a county, originally so called because each consisted of a hundred freeholders, or ten tithings. Each hundred formerly had its Court, and was governed by a high constable or bailiff Browse You might be interested in these references tools: […]

  • Humphries V. Brogden

    Definition of Humphries V. Brogden ((1850), 12 Q. B. 739). Held, that a landowner has a right at common law to have his land supported in its natural state, i. e., unweighted by buildings, by the land adjacent or subjacent thereto Browse You might be interested in these references tools: […]

  • Hundred Court

    Definition of Hundred Court The Court of the Hundred. It was similar to the old County Court in jurisdiction and procedure. Judgment was given by the suiturs Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Hundred Court in the Dictionaries, Hundred Court in our […]

  • Hundred

    Definition of Hundred A district forming part of a county, originally so called because each consisted of a hundred freeholders, or ten tithings. Each hundred formerly had its Court, and was governed by a high constable or bailiff Browse You might be interested in these references tools: […]

  • Hundredor

    Definition of Hundredor One of the inhabitants of a hundred who was liable to serve on a jury trying an issue regarding land situate therein Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Hundredor in the Dictionaries, Hundredor in our legal dictionaries, […]

  • Hundred Court

    Definition of Hundred Court The Court of the Hundred. It was similar to the old County Court in jurisdiction and procedure. Judgment was given by the suiturs Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Hundred Court in the Dictionaries, Hundred Court in our […]

  • Hurst V. Picture Theatres, Ltd.

    Definition of Hurst V. Picture Theatres, Ltd. ([1915] 1 K. B. 1). A licence to enter premises given for value cannot be revoked except for reasonable cause.The plaintiff, who had purchased a ticket for a seat at a cinema, was turned out by direction of the manager, and without good cause. […]