Civil Procedure Act 1833 (Imp) - [01-00-00].doc - Western Australia Civil Procedure Act 1833(Imp As at 26 Oct 1999 Version Extract from

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Western Australia Civil Procedure Act 1833 (Imp) As at 26 Oct 1999 Version 01-00-00 Extract from , see that website for further information
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Western Australia Civil Procedure Act 1833 (Imp) CONTENTS 2. Executors may bring actions for injuries to the real estates of the deceased; and actions may be brought against executors for an injury to property, real or personal, by their testator 1 6. The limitation after judgment or outlawry reversed 2 7. No part of the United Kingdom, etc., to be deemed beyond the seas within the meaning of this Act 2 31. Executors suing in right of the testator to pay costs 3 37. Executors of lessor may distrain for arrears in his lifetime 3 38. Arrears may be distrained for within 6 months after determination of term 3 Notes Compilation table 5 As at 26 Oct 1999 Version 01-00-00 page i Extract from , see that website for further information
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Western Australia Civil Procedure Act 1833 (Imp) An Act for further Amendment of the Law, and the better Advancement of Justice. 3 [ 1. Deleted in WA by Act No. 36 of 1935 s. 8.] 4 2. Executors may bring actions for injuries to the real estates of the deceased; and actions may be brought against executors for an injury to property, real or personal, by their testator And whereas there is no remedy provided by law for injuries to the real estate of any person deceased, committed in his lifetime, nor for certain wrongs done by a person deceased in his lifetime to another in respect of his property, real or personal; for remedy thereof be it enacted, that an action of trespass, or trespass on the case, as the case may be, may be maintained by the executors or administrators of any person deceased for any injury to the real estate of such person, committed in his lifetime, for which an action might have been maintained by such person, so as such injury shall have been committed within six calendar months before the death of such deceased person, and provided such action shall be brought within one year after the death of such person; and the damages, when recovered, shall be part of the personal estate of such person;
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