Prosser, Clerk, v Goringe: 4 May 1811

An arbitrator to whom the question of the right of two rectors to the tithe of certain lands was referred, had power to devise ail means to prevent future litigation between the parties, and to settle all matters in difference between them, and to determine what he should think fit to be done by either of the parties, touching the
matters in dispute. Held, that he did not exceed his power by awarding undivided moieties of the tithes to the two rectors.


[1811] EngR 261, (1811) 3 Taunt 426, (1811) 128 ER 169 (B)




England and Wales

Ecclesiastical, Arbitration

Updated: 15 May 2022; Ref: scu.339345