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Forestaller

Definition of the noun Forestaller

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noun - plural: forestallers

  1. A person who forestalls, especially one who buys goods before they can be sold on the open market in anticipation of rising prices

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Google previewThe Market in History (Routledge Revivals) (2016)

by A.J.H. Latham, B L Anderson

A forestaller is an oppressor of the people...

Google previewA Volume of Court Leet Records of the Manor of Manchester in the Sixteenth Century (1843)

by John Harland

A forestaller is a person guilty in any of the instances and particulars deseribed of forestalling. (Jacob.) By a statute of unknown date, ...

Google previewRemains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester (1864)

A forestaller is a person guilty in any of the instances and particulars described of forestalling. (Jacob.) By a statute of unknown date, it is enacted (cap.

Google previewPrincipia Legis & Æquitatis: being an alphabetical collection of maxims, principles or rules, definitions and memorable sayings in law and equity. The preface signed: T. B., i.e. Thomas Branch (1822)

A forestaller is an oppressor of the poor, and a public enemy qf the whole community and country. Fortior est custodia legis quam hominis.

Google previewA Law Dictionary (1969)

by J.A. Ballentine

A forestaller is an oppressor of the poor and is a public enemy to the whole community and the country. . Forswear. To abjure; to swear falsely; to perjure one's self. Fortax. To tax heavily, Forthcoming. (Scotch) An action to carry out an arrestment. See Arrestment. Forthcoming bond.

Google previewThe Laws Respecting Copy Holds and Court-Keeping ... and an Appendix Containing a Variety of Copyhold Precedents, Etc (1799)

by Henry FELLOWES

'" A forestaller is a man vthat buys, or causes 36. The. L. A. w. s. respectz'ng.

Google previewThe Law Lexicon, Or Dictionary of Jurisprudence (1848)

by John Jane Smith Wharton

— (A forestaller is an oppressor of the poor, and a public enemy of the whole community and country.) FORTALICE, a fortress or place of strength, which anciently did not pass without a special grant. 11 Hen. VII, c. 18.

Google previewAn Almanac of Contemporary and Comparative Judicial Restatements (ACCJR Supp. i Private Law) (2015)

ACCJR Supplement i by Oshisanya, 'lai Oshitokunbo

a forestaller is an oppressor of the poor, and a public enemy of the whole community and the country. Iniquum est alios permittere, alios inhibere mercaturam L., it is ...

Google previewThe cyclopedic dictionary of law (1901)

by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf

A forestaller is an oppressor of the poor, and a public enemy to the whole community and the country. 3 Inst. 196. FORSWEAR. to a falsehood. This word has not the same meaning as “perjury.” It does not, ex vi termini, signify a false swearing before an officer or court having authority to administer an oath, on an issue. A man may be forsworn by making a false oath before an incompetent tribunal, as well as before a lawful court. Hence, to say that a man is forsworn will or will not be ...

Google previewThe Law Dictionary, Defining and Interpreting the Terms Or Words of Art, and Explaining the Rise, Progress and Present State of the English Law. [By Giles Jacob.] Abstracted from the Last Quarto Edition, by T. E. Tomlins (1810)

ENG Rosser, See Ingrosser, Forestaller. To ENHANCE. To raise the price of goods or merchandize. See title Forestaller. Exqui RY. Writ of; Sce title Writ. ENsient, or ENSEINT. The being with child. Ensienture, or ENSIENcy. Of any woman condemned for a crime, is no ground to stay judgment; but it may be afterwards alleged against execution. 2 Hale's Hist. P. C. 413. - ENTAil, See title Tail. ENTERPLEADER, See Interpleader. ExTIERTE, from the French entierté, entireness.

Google previewA New Law-dictionary (1744)

Containing the Interpretation and Definition of Words and Terms Used in the Law; and Also the Whole Law, and the Practice Thereof, Under All the Heads and Titles of the Same. Together with Such Informations Relating Thereto, as Explain the History and Antiquity of the Law, and Our Manners, Customs, and Original Government. Collected and Abstracted from All Dictionaries, Abridgments, Institutes, Reports, Year-books, Charters, Registers, Chronicles, and Histories, Published to this Time. And Fitted for the Use of Barristers, Students, and Practisers of the Law, Members of Parliament, and Other Gentlemen, Justices of Peace, Clergymen, &c

And in antient Time, both the Ingrosser and Regrator were comprehended under the word Forestaller. Ibid. Regrators are punishable by Loss and Forfeiture of Goods, and Imprisonment, in Proportion to the first, second, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English and Singhalese, and Singhalese and English Languages (1821)

Under the Patronage of the Government of Ceylon by Benjamin Clough

F O R Forestaller, s. 555 - 2 D F O R ...

Google previewFuldstændigt dansk og engelsk haand-lexicon (1807)

by Christian Friderick Bay

Forpranger , Forestaller. Forpuffe, (som Salpeter) t• detonize. (chym. Term.). Forpusning ...

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