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" And this is the reason that judges ought not to give any opinion of a matter of parliament, because it is not to be decided by the common laws, but secundum legem et consuetudinem parliamenti, and so the judges in divers parliaments have confessed. "
Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates, During the ... Session of the ... - Página 501
de Great Britain. Parliament - 1812
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - 1810
...hath a judicial place ; he takes it out of Henry 7, and so the book is expressly. And he goes on : This is the reason that judges ought not to give any opinion of matters of parliament ; because it is not to be decided by the common laws, but ' secundum ' legena...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common ..., Volumen 4

Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas, William Pyle Taunton - 1815
...cannot take notice of any thing faid or done in the Houfe of Commons, but by the report of the Houfe of Commons, and every member of the parliament hath a judicial place, and can be no witnefs. And this is the reafon that Judges ought not to give any opinion of a matter of parliament,...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volumen 8

Thomas Bayly Howell - 1816
...a judicial place ; he takes it out of Henry 7, and so the book is expressly. And he goes on : Thus is the reason that judges ought not to give any opinion of matters of parliament ; because it is not to be decided by the common laws, but ' secundum legem et...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising ..., Volumen 3;Volumen 8;Volumen 55

United States. Congress - 1832
...that place to which it relates, and not elsewhere." [1 Blackstone's Commentary, 120.] Lord Coke. " And this is the reason that judges ought not to give...Parliament, because it is not to be decided by the common law, but sccundum legem el consuetudinem Parliamenli." [4 Imt.] In the King's Bench, the court held...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volumen 14

Edmund Burke - 1827
...courts." — And after founding himself on this very precedent of the llth of Richard II, he adds, " This is the reason " that Judges ought not to give...opinion " of a matter of Parliament, because it is not u 3 "to " to be decided by the common laws but se~ " cundem legem <§* consuetudinem Parliament! :...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising the Leading Debates and ...

United States. Congress - 1832
...elsewhere." [1 Slaekstone's Commentary, 120.] Lord Coke. " And this is the reason that judges ought of not to give any opinion of a matter of Parliament, because it is not to be decided by the common law, but secundum legem et consuetudinem ParKamenti." [4 Inst.] In the King's Bench, the court held...
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The Works of Edmund Burke, Volumen 3

Edmund Burke - 1834
...afier founding himself on this very precedent of the llth of Richard II, he adds, " This is the reusrn that judges ought not to give any opinion of a matter of f,orframent. hecause it u not to he decided hy the common law , hut tecundumlegem st censuettutineat...
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The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution: The Treatise ..., Volumen 1

Jean Louis de Lolme, Archibald John Stephens - 1838
...340 Supposed ignorance of the common-law judges respecting the law of parliament (Queen v. Paly), 340 Judges ought not to give any opinion of a matter of parliament, 340 Thorpe's case, 31 & 32 Henry VI., 340 Illustration of the restricted powers of the common-law courts...
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The penny cyclopædia [ed. by G. Long]., Volumen 17

Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - 1840
...into the existence and nature of privileges claimed by cither house ot parliament. Coke lays it down that 'judges ought not to give any opinion of a matter of parliament, because it is nut to be decided by the common laws, but secundum leges et comuetudiiiem parliamenti ; and so the...
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A Treatise Upon the Law, Privileges, Proceedings and Usage of Parliament

Thomas Erskine May - 1844 - 496 páginas
...ought to be discussed and adjudged in that house to which it relates, and not elsewhere ;" ' and again, that judges ought not to give any opinion of a matter of privilege, because it is not to be decided by the common laws, but secundum leges et consuetudinem...
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