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Decisions of the Superior Courts of New South Wales, 1788-1899

McQuoid v. Hughes (1832) NSW Sel Cas (Dowling) 471; [1832] NSW Sup C 99

fieri facis

Supreme Court of New South Wales

March 1832

Source: Dowling, Notes for Select Cases, S.R.N.S.W. 2/3466, p. 162

Assumpsit will not lie by the Sheriff for possession of money or property taken in execution under a fieri facias.

Assumpsit for an account of £31.1.5, 127 days postponing, of a mill taken in execution by Sheriff at the rate of £5 per day.

F. Stephen. Plaintiff under a fieri facias against Horsely at Liverpool. Plaintiff made to take possession some time after a notice claimed.

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