The Law Quarterly Review, Volumer 1-10

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Stevens and Sons, 1894
 

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Side 101 - The rules of the common law, including the law merchant, save in so far as they are inconsistent with the express provisions of this Act...
Side 100 - There is an acceptance of goods within the meaning of this section when the buyer, either before or after delivery of the goods, expresses by words or conduct his assent to becoming the owner of those specific goods.
Side 247 - Until the trustee intervenes, all transactions by a bankrupt after his bankruptcy with any person dealing with him bona fide and for value, in respect of his after-acquired property, whether with or without knowledge of the bankruptcy, are valid against the trustee.
Side 270 - A fugitive criminal shall not be surrendered if the offence in respect of which his surrender is demanded is one of a political character...
Side 308 - ... pretended titles might be granted to great men, whereby right might be trodden down, and the weak oppressed, which the common law forbiddeth, as men to grant before they be in possession 2.
Side 240 - Property" includes money, goods, things in action, land, and every description of property, whether real or personal and whether situate in England or else- * where; also, obligations, easements, and every description of estate, interest and profit, present or future, vested or contingent, arising out of or incident to property as above defined...
Side 87 - The plea of res judicata applies, except in special cases, not only to points upon which the Court was actually required by the parties to form an opinion and pronounce a judgment, but to every point which properly belonged to the subject of litigation, and which the parties exercising reasonable diligence, might have brought forward at the time.
Side 218 - The substance of my view is this: that competition, however severe and egotistical, if unattended by circumstances of dishonesty, intimidation, molestation, or such illegalities as I have above referred to, gives rise to no cause of action at common law.
Side 44 - ... is precluded from denying to a holder in due course the existence of the payee and his then capacity to indorse.
Side 161 - The purpose of this action is to recover a compensation for some damage supposed to be sustained by the plaintiff by reason of the libel. The tendency of the libel to provoke a breach of the peace, or the degree of malignity which actuates the writer, has nothing to do with the question. If the matter were for the first time to be decided at this day, I should have no hesitation in saying that no action could be maintained for written scandal which could not be maintained for the words if they had...

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