Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana ..., Volum 13

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Side 562 - President be, and he is hereby, authorized, as soon as may be after the passage of this Act, and...
Side 118 - Provided, also, That all notices of claims shall be entered, and the money paid thereon, at least three weeks before such period as may be designated by the President of the United States, for the public sale of the lands in the township in which such claims may be situated, and all claims not so entered shall be liable to be sold as other public lands.
Side 33 - Tennessee, to cause to be surveyed the tracts claimed by virtue of this section. And in all cases where, by reason of bends in the river, lake, creek, bayou, or watercourse bordering on the tract, and of adjacent claims of a similar nature, each claimant cannot obtain a tract equal in quantity to the adjacent tract already owned by him, to divide the vacant land applicable to that object between...
Side 138 - The judgment will be reversed, the verdict set aside, and the case remanded for a new trial.
Side 353 - If the garnishee, to whom interrogatories have been put, refuse or neglect to answer the same under oath in the delay of the law, such refusal or neglect shall be considered as a confession of his having in his hands property belonging to the debtor, sufficient to satisfy the demand made against such debtor, and judgment shall be rendered against him for the amount claimed by the defendant, with interest and costs.
Side 39 - French measure, shall be entitled to a preference in becoming the purchaser of any vacant tract of land adjacent to, and back of, his own tract, not exceeding forty arpents, French measure, in depth, nor in quantity of land that which is contained in his own tract...
Side 438 - It is, therefore, ordered and adjudged, that the judgment of the District Court be avoided and reversed, and that there be judgment in favor of the defendant, with costs in both courts.
Side 35 - Every person making application at any of the land offices of the United States for the purchase at private sale of a tract of land shall produce to the register a memorandum in writing, describing the tract, which he shall enter by the proper number of the section...
Side 405 - ... 1. When the debtor has been guilty of no fraud or bad faith, he is liable only for such damages as were contemplated, or may reasonably be supposed to have entered into the contemplation of the parties at the time of the contract.
Side 259 - A promise to sell amounts to a sale, when there exists a reciprocal consent of both parties, as to the thing and the price thereof...

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