Lloyd's List Law Reports, Volum 16

Lloyd's, 1923
0 Anmeldelser
Anmeldelsene blir ikke bekreftet, men Google ser etter falskt innhold og fjerner slikt innhold som avdekkes

Hva folk mener - Skriv en omtale

Vi har ikke funnet noen omtaler på noen av de vanlige stedene.

Andre utgaver - Vis alle

Vanlige uttrykk og setninger

Populære avsnitt

Side 72 - ... a reasonable opportunity of examining them for the purpose of ascertaining whether they are in conformity with the contract. 2. Unless otherwise agreed, when the seller tenders delivery of goods to the buyer, he is bound, on request, to afford the buyer a reasonable opportunity of examining the goods for the purpose of ascertaining whether they are in conformity with the contract.
Side 329 - ... it remains a perfectly good contract up to that point, and everything previously done in pursuance of it must be treated as rightly done, but the parties are both discharged from further performance of it. If the effect were that the contract were wiped out altogether, no doubt the result would be that money paid under it would have to be repaid as on a failure of consideration. But that is not the effect of the doctrine; it only releases the parties from further performance of the contract....
Side 199 - Lock-out on the railways, or in the docks or other loading places or if the cargo cannot be discharged by reason of Riots, Civil Commotions, or of a strike or Lock-out of any class of workmen essential to the discharge, the time for loading or discharging, as the case may be, shall not count during the continuance of such causes, provided that a Strike or Lock-out of the Shippers...
Side 290 - It is enough for the decision of the present case to say that, in their view, its authority to legislate for the regulation of trade and commerce does not comprehend the power to regulate by legislation the contracts of a particular business or trade, such as the business of fire insurance in a single Province...
Side 306 - I understand to be that, inasmuch as every proceeding in rem is in substance a proceeding against the owner of the ship, a proper maritime lien must have its root in his personal liability.
Side 331 - There is no rule of the civil law, as adopted into all modern municipal codes and systems, better understood than this — that if money is advanced by one party to a mutual contract, on the condition and stipulation that something shall be afterwards paid or performed by the other party, and the latter party fails in performing his part of the contract, the former is entitled to repayment of his advance, on the ground of failure of consideration.
Side 128 - ... existence of such a person depends on the law of the country under whose law it is incorporated, recognized in other countries by international comity, though its incorporation is not in accordance with their law. If the artificial person is destroyed in its country of origin, the country whose law creates it as a person, it appears to me it is destroyed everywhere as a person.
Side 208 - In the view which I take of the case, it is unnecessary to consider any distinctions between the savings account and the commercial checking account.
Side 306 - Supposing a vessel is chartered so that the owners have divestsd themselves, for a pecuniary consideration, of all power, right, and authority over the vessel for a given time, and have left to the charterers the appointment of the master and crew, and suppose in that case the vessel had done damage and was proceeded against in this court, I will admit, for the...

Bibliografisk informasjon