The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 71
IV.—Pera Tutoko's Case
IV.—Pera Tutoko's Case.
Mr Day, the counsel for the Native, [unclear: the] not call our attention to any circumstance this case as taking it out of the statute, he called no witnesses in respect of it. Charles D. Bennett, on the purchaser's swore positively as to the signing of deeds and also to the payment of the p chase money in these words:—"I [unclear: sw] that the money put in the column oppoi their name (three names including Pi name) as the consideration was paid in i presence—that is to say, £12 in each case.
We shall therefore certify this sale proper for validation.