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B.III C.4

Of Pecuniary Forfeitures

We now come to consider the several kinds
of Forfeitures and first the sorts of Forfeiture that
bears the name of bear the name of pecuniary and quasi-pecuniary. Forfeiture of money,
and what is exchangeable for money.

Money is the representative of the instruments
almost every thing that has a value: of all sorts
of instruments although and of most of the individual instruments of pleasure or security.

For As to the method whereby this punishment
is inflicted, it is by in the first place
by obliging the party under a severer penalty
to deliver the quantity sum of money in question
to some person who is appointed to receive it; or in case of failure authorising
such receiver officer to seize and sell such & as
many of their other effects of the delinquent as shall
produce it.

As to the methods which may be taken by
the Law to inflict these a punishment of this sort
they are as follows:

1. The simplest course is to take a sum
of money to the amount in question out of the
physical possession of the delinquent, and transfer
it into the physical possession of the person
who is to receive it from after which he understands were he that he has no more right to to meddle again with that man the money so taken he would be punished just as them if he had meddled with any other parcel of money that never was in his possession.: This course can only
be taken where it happens to be known that
the delinquent has such a sum in his possession
and where it lies. But as this is seldom the
case
2. The


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Box

141

Main Headings

rationale of punishment

Folio number

119

Info in main headings field

of pecuniary forfeitures

Image

001

Titles

note

Category

text sheet

Number of Pages

4

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

f2 / f3 / f4 / f5

Penner

jeremy bentham

Watermarks

[[watermarks::w [britannia with shield motif]]]

Marginals

jeremy bentham

Paper Producer

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

ID Number

48336

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