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Magna Charta, chap. 29

351

Constitutional provisions insuring protection" by the law of the

land”.

351, note

Meaning of " due process of law” and “law of the land” 353-357

Vested rights not to be disturbed

357

What are vested rights .

358-361

Interests in expectancy are not

359

Legislative modification of estates

360

Control of rights springing from marriage

360, 361

Legislative control of remedies

361

Vested rights of action are protected

362

Confiscation of rights and property ·

363

Statutes of limitation

364-367

Alteration in the rules of evidence .

367

Retrospective laws

369-384

Curing irregularities in legal proceedings.

371–374, 382

Validating imperfect contracts

374-381

Pendency of suit does not prevent healing act

379

What the healing statute must be confined to

381

Statutory privilege not a vested right .

383

Consequential injuries from changes in the laws

384

Betterment laws..

386

Unequal and partial legislation

389

Local laws may vary in different localities

390

Suspension of general laws

391

Equality the aim of the law .

393

Strict construction of special grants

395

Privileges and immunities of citizens

397

Judicial proceedings void if jurisdiction wanting

397, 398

What constitutes jurisdiction .

398

Consent cannot confer it

399

Jurisdiction in divorce cases

400

Necessity for process

402

Process by publication

404

Courts of general and special jurisdiction.

406

Effect of irregularities in judicial proceedings

408, 409

Judicial power not to be delegated

410

Judge not to sit in his own cause

410-413
467-470

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CHAPTER XIV.

THE POWER OF TAXATION.

521, 522

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