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  • He saw himself, it was said, threatened with a species of forfeiture by his people and by our enemies. Cited from History of the Expedition to Russia, by Count Philip de Segur
  • The court could therefore get little in the way of forfeiture, and might get much in the way of ransom. Cited from History of England, James II Vol. 2, Macaulay
  • There are two types of forfeiture cases, criminal and civil.
  • Settlers needed more than just time to pay off their debts, and the number of forfeitures did not diminish.
  • Victims of forfeiture often find themselves faced with fighting in a "labyrinthine" procedure to get their money back.
  • The first schemes would probably have been beneficial had they been practicable, as they involved nothing in the shape of forfeiture. Cited from England Under the Tudors, by Arthur D. Innes
  • Pardons and remissions of forfeitures, however, would still be within executive control. Cited from Abraham Lincoln, Vol. II, by John T. Morse
  • Nor does there seem to have been much question that by "a judgment of forfeiture against a corporation itself, it may be dissolved."
  • The Irish, as we have seen, knew nothing of individual property in land, nor of tenure, nor of rent, much less of forfeiture. Cited from Irish Race in the Past and the Present, by Thebaud
  • Pardons and remissions of forfeitures, however, would still be within Executive control. Cited from Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Abraham Lincoln, by Richardson
  • The attainder could not affect his Scottish peerage, as no act of forfeiture against him passed in Scotland.
  • We learn that Featherstone brazened out his sentence of forfeiture which should have taken place after he murdered a member of another tribal group.
  • Their FOLC-LAND was held under the penalty of forfeiture if they did not take the field, whenever required for the defence of the country. Cited from Landholding In England, by Joseph Fisher
  • Why make a selection of forfeitures incurred for treason, not against the crown, but against the liberties of the subject? Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • In the event of forfeiture, the animal shelter may determine whether the animal is suitable for adoption and if adoption can be arranged for the animal.
  • The Frenchman petitioned the Assembly, who passed a law deciding the question of forfeiture in his favor. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 1 (of 4), ed. by T. J. Randolph
  • The manor of Cradley was bought and sold over the centuries, and also changed hands as a result of forfeiture and political favours.
  • And by a still more valuable prerogative, I degrade by virtue of my own imperial will, without any other act of forfeiture than my own convenience. Cited from Clarissa, Volume 4 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • The entrance of a vessel into the territorial waters surrounding the islands with intent to take seals should be made a criminal offense and cause of forfeiture. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • As to ownership, the only cause of forfeiture is default in payment of the taxes upon the title-deeds. Cited from Mexico, by Charles Reginald Enock
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