Re Hugh Morrow's Estate. Charles Joseph M'Dermott, Appellant; John Harward Jessop, Respondent

CourtCourt of Appeal in Chancery (Ireland)
Judgment Date17 November 1862
Date17 November 1862

Ch. Appeal.

In re HUGH MORROW'S Estate.

Gardiner v. Blesinton 1 Ir. Chan. Rep. 79.

Smith v. Ross 11 Ir. Chan. Rep. 397.

The Earl of Limerick v. Turner 7 Ir. Jur., N. S., 65.

44 CHANCERY REPORTS. 1862. Ch. Appeal. Court of SppritI in gbanttrr• In re HUGH MORROW'S Estate. CHARLES JOSEPH M'DERMOTT, Appellant; JOHN HARWARD JESSOP, Respondent. Nov. 17. In =affidavit, THIS was an appeal,* on behalf of Charles Joseph WDertuott, filed under the provisions of against an order made by Judge Hargreave in the Landed Estates the 6th sec- tion of the 13 Court, on the 8th July 1862, whereby he refused to place the appel- and 14 Vic., c. 29, for the claim foot of lant's cam on oot o a judgment mortgage on the final schedule of purpose of con- incumbrances on the lands sold in this matter. veiling a judg ment into a The appellant had, in Hilary Term 1861, obtained a judgment mortgage, the lands intended against Hugh Morrow (the owner) for 71. 15s. 9d., and, on the to be com prised in the 8th February 1862, had that judgment registered as a mortgage mortgage were described as against the lands of Carraboola, Cartronfin, and Killendowd, in the " the lands of A, B, and C, situate in the baronies of D and E, and county of L."-Held, that the affidavit was insufficient, the baronies not having been " distinctly " stated, within the meaning of the statute. * There were three objections taken, on the appeal, to the validity of the affidavit:- First, that, at the time when the affidavit was filed, the roll of the judgment was imperfect as to the amount of the costs, which, although ascertained, had not been inserted in it. The affidavit stated the amount of the costs; the roll of the judgment was subsequently perfected, and corresponded with the affidavit in that respect. Secondly, that the description of the residence of the defendant, in the judgÂÂment, was vaguely and insufficiently stated in the affidavit, the averment being " that his the said Hugh Morrow's present and usual and last known place of abode is in some part of France. ' Thirdly, that the baronies were not distinctly stated in the affidavit. The first and third of these objections had been argued in the Landed Estates Court, before Judge Hargreave, who held that the first objection was not well founded ; but that the third objection was well founded, and the affidavit invalid. This Court, although intimating an opinion that, as to the...

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  • Slator v Slator
    • Ireland
    • Rolls Court (Ireland)
    • 13 January 1866
    ...11 Ir. Ch. Rep. 278. In re Power's EstateUNK 11 Ir. Ch. Rep. 288. In re Smith and RossUNK 11 Ir. Ch. Rep. 397. In re Morrow's EstateUNK 14 Ir. Ch. Rep. 44. Adams v. Graham 10 Ir. Jur., N. S. 66. Thorpe v. BrowneUNK 10 Ir. Jur., N. S. 166; since reported 16 Ir. Ch. Rep. 365. Trousdale v. She......
  • M'Craith v Quin
    • Ireland
    • Rolls Court (Ireland)
    • 6 March 1873
    ...Junstion Rail Co.ENR 16 M. & W. 139. In re Law;er's Estate I. R. 1 Eq. 268. Borough v. Wiliamson 11 Ir. Eq. R. 1. In re Morrow's Estate 14 Ir. Ch. R. 44. Harris v. O'Loghlen Ir. Rep. 5 Eq. 514. Barnett v. Heron 8 Ir. C. L. R. App. xix. Herbert v. Greene 3 Ir. Ch. R. 270. Flood's Estate 17 I......
  • Johnston v The Dublin and Meath Railway Company
    • Ireland
    • Rolls Court (Ireland)
    • 10 December 1866
    ...Docks CompanyENR 12 Beav. 298. Greenwood v. AtkinsonENR 5 Sim. 419. Reidy v. PierceIR 11 Ir. Com. Law Rep. 361. Morrow's EstateUNK 14 Ir. Ch. Rep. 44. Palmer's case 5 Co. 24. The Marquis of Salisbury v. great Northern Railway Co.ENR 5 C. B., N. S. 174. Heywar's caseENR 2 Co. 37; Co. Lit. 14......
  • Harris v O'Loghlen
    • Ireland
    • Rolls Court (Ireland)
    • 29 June 1871
    ...In re Flood 11 Ir. Jur. N. S. 43. In re Gispi 7 Ir. Jur. N. S. 119. In re Fitzgerald's Estate 11 Ir. Ch. R. 278. In re Murrogh's Estate 14 Ir. Ch. R. 44. In re Ryan 3 Ir. Ch. R. 33. In re Earl of Limerick's Estate 7 Ir. Jur. N. S. 65. The Queen v. The Inhabitants of Ely 15 Q. B. 827. The Qu......

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