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- Champerty and maintenance are doctrines in common law jurisdictions that aim to preclude frivolous litigation: Maintenance is the intermeddling of a disinterested...
- for example nightwalking, riot, rout, affray, keeping of bawdy houses, champerty and maintenance, eavesdropping and being a common scold – have been abolished...
- barrator was abolished in New South Wales by Section 4A of the Maintenance, Champerty and Barratry Abolition Act 1993. The offence of being a common barrator...
- law of England, the practice of financing lawsuits was connected with champerty and maintenance, which was a practice whereby the investor would become...
- Gibraltar, such as being a common scold, cheating the public revenue, champerty, and larceny. And at civil law, adultery and seduction were no longer...
- Maintenance respiration Alimony, also called maintenance in British English Champerty and maintenance, two related legal doctrines Child support, also commonly...
- Cheating Offences against justice Misprision of felony Compounding a felony Champerty and maintenance Embracery Death against family honour Felo de se Criminal...
- March 2, 1936 Halsted L. Ritter Judge (Southern District of Florida) Champerty, corruption, tax evasion, practicing law while a judge Convicted; removed...
- William Blackstone took a hostile view to litigation, and rules against champerty and maintenance and vexatious litigation existed. The restriction on ****ignment...
- of the Law Commission. Section 13 abolished the common law offences of champerty and barratry, challenging to fight, eavesdropping, and being "a common...
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