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Encyclopaedia of the Laws of England, Vol. 12: New Abridgment; Most Eminent Legal Authorities; Street to Zululand, Appendix ‫(Classic Reprint) by A. Wood Renton - Paperback
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Encyclopaedia of the Laws of England, Vol. 12: New Abridgment; Most Eminent Legal Authorities; Street to Zululand, Appendix ‫(Classic Reprint) by A. Wood Renton - Paperback

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Excerpt from Encyclopaedia of the Laws of England, Vol. 12: New Abridgment; Most Eminent Legal Authorities; Street to Zululand, Appendix Street. - Definition. - The ordinary meaning of this word is "a place with continuous houses on each side" (per Blackburn, J., in Pound v. Plumstead Board of Works, 1871, L. R. 7 Q. B. 194), or "a roadway with buildings on each side, more or less ...

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    Excerpt from Encyclopaedia of the Laws of England, Vol. 12: New Abridgment; Most Eminent Legal Authorities; Street to Zululand, Appendix
    Street. - Definition. - The ordinary meaning of this word is "a place with continuous houses on each side" (per Blackburn, J., in Pound v. Plumstead Board of

    Excerpt from Encyclopaedia of the Laws of England, Vol. 12: New Abridgment; Most Eminent Legal Authorities; Street to Zululand, Appendix
    Street. - Definition. - The ordinary meaning of this word is "a place with continuous houses on each side" (per Blackburn, J., in Pound v. Plumstead Board of Works, 1871, L. R. 7 Q. B. 194), or "a roadway with buildings on each side, more or less continuous" (per Lord Selborne, L.C., in Robinson v. Barton Board, 1883, 8 App. Cas. 801). Statutory definitions have not altered this ordinary meaning, but have in many cases added to it by including other places which in ordinary language would not be considered to be streets.
    Thus the Towns Improvement Clauses Act, 1847 (10 & 11 Viet. c. 34, s. 3), says that "the word street shall extend to and include any road, square, court, alley, and thoroughfare within the limits "to which the Act applies; and the Waterworks Clauses Act of the same year (c. 17, s. 3) declares that "the word street shall include any square, court, or alley, highway, lane, road, thoroughfare, or public passage or place"; and the Towns Police Clauses Act (c. 89, s. 3) enacts that "the word street shall extend to and include any road, square, court, alley, and thoroughfare or passage."
    The General Public Health Act, 1875, following the earlier Act of 1848, but not verbatim, declares in sec. 4 that the word "street" includes any highway (not being a turnpike road), and any public bridge (not being a county bridge), and any road, lane, footway, square, court, alley, or passage, whether a thoroughfare or not." A road with houses along it is not prevented from being a street by reason of being a turnpike road (Nutter v. Accrington Board, 1878, 4 Q. B. D. 375), though a road without houses, if a turnpike road, was not included by the definition. Directly it ceases to be a turnpike road it becomes a street (Hampstead Vestry v. Cotton, 1885, 16 Q. B. D. 483). The exception has now become of little importance, as turnpike roads have nearly disappeared.
    The definition given by the Metropolis Management Act, 1855 (18 & 19 Vict. c. 120, s. 250), was in very similar language. The Amending Act of 1862 (25 & 26 Vict. c. 102, s. 112) further included "any mews, and a part thereof." And, finally, the Public Health London Act, 1891, by sec. 141, declares that "the expression street includes any highway and any public bridge, and any road, lane, footway, square, court, alley, or passage, whether a thoroughfare or not, and whether or not there are houses in such street." For the purposes of that Act, therefore, it is immaterial whether there are any houses along the place alleged to be a street.
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