Difference between revisions of ".MTc1MDE.NzE4NDY"

From Transcribe Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
 
strike out the words ‘Whereas the’ in the beginning of the bill and insert  
 
strike out the words ‘Whereas the’ in the beginning of the bill and insert  
‘Whereas it is sometimes requisite for the public convenience that roads should be opened thro’ the lands and plantations of others, whereby the proprietors not only lose the use of the lands occupied by such road but also are often obliged to make and keep up fences on each side thereof, and it is just they should receive compensation for the same. Be it therefore enacted by authority of the same that upon the
+
‘Whereas it is sometimes requisite for the public convenience that roads should be opened thro’ the lands and plantations of others, whereby the proprietors not only lose the use of the lands occupied by such road but also are often obliged to make and keep up fences on each side thereof, and it is just they should receive compensation for the same. Be it therefore enacted by authority of the same that upon the return of the persons appointed to view and report the conveniences and inconveniences of any public road proposed, if the court shall be of opinion that such road may be convenient, they shall if required by the proprietor or proprietors of the land thro’ which such road is proposed to be opened, order a writ to be issued in

Revision as of 10:31, 16 February 2019

strike out the words ‘Whereas the’ in the beginning of the bill and insert ‘Whereas it is sometimes requisite for the public convenience that roads should be opened thro’ the lands and plantations of others, whereby the proprietors not only lose the use of the lands occupied by such road but also are often obliged to make and keep up fences on each side thereof, and it is just they should receive compensation for the same. Be it therefore enacted by authority of the same that upon the return of the persons appointed to view and report the conveniences and inconveniences of any public road proposed, if the court shall be of opinion that such road may be convenient, they shall if required by the proprietor or proprietors of the land thro’ which such road is proposed to be opened, order a writ to be issued in