Minnesota Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Minnesota, Volum 90

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Review Publishing Company, 1904
Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Minnesota.

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Side 402 - No lands acquired under the provisions of this chapter shall in any event become liable to the satisfaction of any debt contracted prior to the issuing of the patent therefor.
Side 471 - ... and maintenance of herself and such children of the marriage as shall be committed to her care and custody, the court may further decree to her such part of the personal estate of the husband and such alimony out of his estate as it shall deem just and reasonable, having regard to the ability of the husband, the character and situation of the parties, and all other circumstances of the case.
Side 95 - ... burying grounds, public school houses, houses used exclusively for public worship, institutions of purely public charity, public property used exclusively for any public purpose, and personal property, to an amount not exceeding in value two hundred dollars, for each individual, may, by general laws, be exempted from taxation...
Side 414 - A proposal to accept, or an acceptance based upon terms varying from those offered, is a rejection of the offer.
Side 526 - To this argument several answers might be given, but the main reason why it is unsound is this: as the question of negligence on the part of the defendant was one of fact for the jury to determine, under all the circumstances of the case...
Side 163 - If it can not then be made to work well, the purchaser shall return it at once to the agent of whom he received it, and his payment, if any has been made, will be refunded.
Side 95 - Laws shall be passed taxing, by a uniform rule, all moneys, credits, investments in bonds, stocks, jointstock companies or otherwise; and, also, all real and personal property, according to its true value in money.
Side 159 - Appeal from a judgment entered upon defendants' default. The objection is here interposed for the first time that the complaint does not state facts constituting a cause of action.
Side 446 - ... the first meeting thereafter of either body of the common council, and upon any bid aforesaid being accepted, a contract in accordance therewith shall be drafted and submitted to said council for its approval ; and upon the same being approved and signed by the presiding officer of each body of the said council, it shall be executed on the part of the city by the mayor and city clerk with the corporate seal of the city attached, and countersigned by the comptroller, and filed with the bond required...
Side 458 - It may, however, be stated generally that due process of law requires an orderly proceeding adapted to the nature of the case in which the citizen has an opportunity to be heard and to defend, enforce, and protect his rights. A hearing or an opportunity to be heard is absolutely essential. We cannot conceive of due process of law without this.

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