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An Act for applying certain Monies therein mentioned, for the service of the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty-two; and for appropriating such part of the Supplies granted in this Session of the General Assembly, as are not already appropriated by the Laws or Acts of the Province. 3 George IV – Chapter 36 1822 This act allots various parcels of money for a number of purposes and to various individuals throughout the province, for infrastructure projects and in reimbursement for services rendered to the government. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to revive, continue, alter and amend, an Act, made and passed in the fifty-seventh year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, entitled, “An Act for the Summary Trial of Actions.” 3 George IV – Chapter 35 1822 A continuation and amendment to an act passed in 1817 which outlines how a court of five people is to be appointed and operate for the purpose of trying cases in a summary way. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to extend an Act, passed in the forty-first year of His late Majesty’s Reign, entitled, “An Act for the repairing, keeping in repair, cleaning and paving, the Streets in the Town and Peninsula of Halifax," to the Towns of Liverpool and Lunenburg. 3 George IV – Chapter 34 1822 This act amends an 1801 act which originally only applied to Halifax, extending the reach of the original act to also apply to the towns of Liverpool and Lunenburg (excepting the first and tenth clause. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act in addition to, and in amendment of, an Act, passed in the fiftieth year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, entitled, “An Act to alter and extend the Times of holding the Supreme Court, in several of the Counties and Districts in this Province;” and for declaring the qualification of Persons hereafter to be appointed Justices of the said Court, their number and salaries. 3 George IV – Chapter 33 1822 An amendment to an act passed in 1809, which extends the original act to apply to Cape Breton Island. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act for consolidating and reducing into one Act all the Acts, heretofore made, relating to Trespasses. 3 George IV – Chapter 32 1822 A consolidation of various past acts and amendments dealing with the maintenance of fences and hedges to prevent the trespass of livestock on neighbours' pasture and fields, and the penalties for not so doing. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to authorise the Sale of the Old Court-House and Jail, and the Lot of Land on which the same stand, at Guysborough, in the County of Sydney. 3 George IV – Chapter 31 1822 This act authorizes the named individuals to undertake the sale of the courthouse and jail of Guysborough county, which have been replaced by new buildings. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act for the Summary Trial of Actions. 3 George IV – Chapter 30 1822 This act specifies the minimum amount of debt which can be held by a creditor in order to pursue their debtor in court. The act also specifies the various fees which can be charged by various court officials for judicial action. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act for the greater security of the Town of Halifax against Fire, and the preventing the Erection of Wooden Buildings, beyond a certain height, within the same. 3 George IV – Chapter 29 1822 This act limits the building of new construction for housing, storehouses, stables, or any other type of building, within certain districts of Halifax, to prevent fire, unless the buildings being built meet certain requirements specified by the act. Early Canadiana Online
An Act for the relief of David Williams, an Insolvent Debtor. 3 George IV – Chapter 28 1822 This act discharges David Williams, a debtor held in prison by his creditors, under certain conditions specified by the act. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to regulate the Driving of Carriages on the Streets of Halifax, or Public Roads of this Province. 3 George IV – Chapter 27 1822 This act regulates what side of the road drivers of carriages and other vehicles are to drive on when other vehicles are approaching from the opposite direction, leaving enough space to pass if they are stopped on the side of the road. LLMC Digital Law Library