References:  EngR 243, (1850) 2 H & Tw 92, (1850) 47 ER 1610,  EngR 682, (1849) 17 Sim 38, (1849) 60 ER 1041
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The defendant disputed the right of the plaintiff to use the canal constructed across his land. After he had been ordered to allow the boats to pass, the defendant brought 15 actions in trespass. The company now sought an injunction to restrain those actions. The defendant had also challenged the validity of the existing orders.
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- See Also – Dimes -v- The Company of Proprietors of The Grand Junction Canal CExC ( EngR 55, Commonlii, (1846) 9 QB 469, (1846) 115 ER 1353,  EngR 1072, Commonlii, (1846) 15 Sim 402, (1846) 60 ER 675)
By a local Act of Parliament a company was incorporated and empowered to purchase certain lands ; and all persons seised, possessed of or interested in those lands were empowered to conveyed their right and interest therein to the company, in the . .
- See Also – The Grand Junction Canal Company -v- Dimes ( EngR 576, Commonlii, (1849) 12 Beav 63, (1849) 50 ER 984)
In a suit in which an incorporated company were Plaintiffs, a decree was pronounced by the Vice-Chancellor for England, and was affirmed, on appeal, by the Lord Chancellor. It was afterwards discovered that the Lord Chancellor was a shareholder in . .