Minnesota Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Minnesota, Volum 104

Review Publishing Company, 1908
Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Minnesota.

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Side 21 - Persons having an interest in the controversy, and who ought to be made parties, in order that the court may act on that rule which requires It to decide on and finally determine the entire controversy, and do complete justice, by adjusting all the rights involved in it.
Side 434 - An attorney cannot, without the consent of his client, be examined as to any communication made by the client to him, or his advice given thereon in the course of professional employment...
Side 18 - Persons who not only have an interest in the controversy, but an interest, of such a nature that a final decree cannot be made without either affecting that interest, or leaving the controversy in such a condition that its final termination may be wholly inconsistent with equity and good conscience.
Side 113 - To maintain the respect due to courts of justice and judicial officers.
Side 149 - If the wrong and the resulting damage are not known by common experience to be naturally and usually in sequence, and the damage does not, according to the ordinary course of events, follow from the wrong, then the wrong and the damage are not sufficiently conjoined or concatenated as cause and effect to support an action.
Side 326 - The statute, in express words, gives the personal representative two years within which to sue. He cannot sue until the cause of action accrues, and the cause of action given by the statute for the exclusive benefit of the widow and children or next of kin cannot accrue until the person injured dies. Until the death of the person injured, the " new grievance" upon which the action is founded does not exist.
Side 52 - ... the result of that reckless indifference to the rights of others which is equivalent to an intentional violation of them.
Side 254 - Each member of such board shall before entering upon the duties of his office be sworn to support the constitution of the United States, the constitution of the state of Wisconsin, and to faithfully discharge the duties of his office.
Side 21 - A bill to rescind a contract affords an example of this kind. For, if only a part of those interested in the contract are before the court, a decree of rescission must either destroy the rights of those who are absent, or leave the contract in full force as respects them ; while it is set aside, and the contracting parties restored to their former condition, as to the others. We do not say that no case can arise in which this may be done; but it must be a case in which the rights of tkose before...
Side 21 - These persons are commonly termed 'necessary parties ; ' but, if their interests are separable from those of the parties before the court, so that the court can proceed to a decree, and do complete and final justice, without affecting other persons not before the court, the latter are not indispensable parties.

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