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" There is a known distinction between circumstances which are of the essence of a thing required to be done by an act of parliament, and clauses merely directory. "
Irish Common Law Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the ... - Sida 333
1858
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The Federal Reporter, Volym 15

1883
...MANSFIELD said: "There is a known distinction between the circumstances which are of the essence of a thing required to be done by an act of parliament and clauses merely directory." It is not necessary, therefore, to consider what was the effect of the act of January 26, 1872, purporting...
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Reports of Cases: Determined in the Supreme Court of New Brunswick, Volym 3

New Brunswick. Supreme Court, Ward Chipman, Sir John Campbell Allen, Allen Otty Earle, Thomas Carleton Allen, George F. S. Berton, David Shank Kerr, George B. Seely, James Hannay, William Pugsley, George Wheelock Burbidge, Arthur I. Trueman, John L. Carleton, George W. Allen, William Henry Harrison, Ernest Doiron, Douglas King Hazen - 1895
...himself as follows: "There is a known distinction between circumstances 'which are of the essence of a thing required to be done "by an act of parliament, and clauses merely directory. "The precise time in many casi»s is not of the essence." In the same case his lordship says, " Where...
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The English Reports, Volym 4; Volym 97

1909
...concerning the poor. [447] There is a known distinction between circumstances which are of the essence >if a thing required to be done by an Act of Parliament, and clauses merely directory. The precise time, in many cases, is not of the essence. In the case of Rex v. Sparrow, 2 Strange, 1123,...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volym 58–61

United States. Supreme Court - 1912
...March, 1849. "There is a known distinction between circumstances which are of the essence of the claim required to be done by an Act of Parliament, and clauses merely directory. The precise time, in many cases, is not of the essence." Rex v. Loxdale, 1 Burr. 447. The provisions...
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International Law Reports

E. Lauterpacht, C. J. Greenwood, Andrew G. Oppenheimer - 1999 - 770 sidor
...Mansfield CJ said "[t]here is a known distinction between circumstances which are of the essence of a thing required to be done by an Act of Parliament, and clauses merely directory". As a result, if the statutory condition is regarded as directory, an act done in breach of it does...
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