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CANAL ZONE CODE
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GENERAL PROVISIONS
1
Personal and Civil Rights
2
Words denoting number gender etc definitions
3
Words and phrases
4
CHAPTER 7MAXIMS OF JURISPRUDENCE Sec 81 Enumeration and application
5
CHAPTER 9HOLIDAYS 8ec 111 Legal holidays ft 112 Business days
6
Designation
7
Army control in time of war or imminence of war
8
Board of Directors allowances quorum meetings
10
President of the Company
11
Subjection to treaties and laws applicable to Panama Railroad Com pany
12
Payment of excess funds into Treasury
13
Insurance coverage
14
Exemption of teachers with respect to dual offices and double salaries
15
WAGE AND EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES 141 Definitions
16
Compensation
17
Canal Zone Merit System
18
Same Board of Appeals duties
19
Applicability of other laws
20
SUBCHAPTER VMISCELLANEOUS 201 Compensation of persons in military naval or Public Health Service who serve Canal Zone Government or...
21
Sale of water to Republic of Panama
22
Injuries in locks of Canal
23
Delays for which no responsibility assumed
24
Investigation of accident or injury giving rise to claim
25
Revocable licenses for lots in town sites
26
CHAPTER 17TOLLS FOR USE OF CANAL Sec 411 Prescription of measurement rules and tolls
27
CHAPTER 19PUBLIC WRITINGS AND RECORDS Sec 451 Inspection by persons having legitimate interest judicial records
28
PART 2REGULATION Chapter 51 Aeronautics
29
Customs Service
30
Domestic Animals
31
Exclusion and Deportation of Persons
32
Foreign Corporations Generally
33
Health and Safety
36
Highways Roads and Vehicles
37
Notaries Public
38
Maintenance and operation of postal service
39
Professions and Occupations
40
Regulations authorized
41
Railroads
42
Process agent service of process surrender of permit
43
Certificate of agent or broker
44
Report on sale of securities
45
Shipping and Navigation
46
Regulations governing inspection
47
Sports and Amusements
48
Wildlife Hunting and Fishing
49
Publication of Regulations
50
Public defender
53
Powers and duties of United States marshal supervision by Attorney
54
Powers of judicial officers in conduct of proceedings
60
CHAPTER 9FEES AND COSTS SUBCHAPTER I FEES AND COSTS GENERALLY Sec Page 321 Each party responsible for his costs advance pay...
61
Governmental exemption from fees
62
Fees of marshal and other persons serving district court process
63
Fees of magistrates courts in civil actions
64
COSTS 371 Costs allowed in district court
65
Costs on dismissal for want of jurisdiction
66
Governmental exemptions
67
Corporations as sureties
68
Copies of bonds
69
CHAPTER 15 PROBATION OFFICER Sec 511 Appointment of probation officer and deputies
70
CHAPTER 17ATTORNEYS AT LAW SUBCHAPTER I ADMISSION REMOVAL AND SUSPENSION OF ATTORNEYS Sec Page 541 Admission t...
71
Certificate of admission
72
Proceedings for removal suspension or discipline generally
73
Appearance
74
Disqualified attorney as plaintiff
75
Authority
76
TITLE 4CIVIL LAWS
77
General Provisions
78
Delegation of powers by minors incapacities
79
Personal Rights
80
Abduction and seduction
81
Nature of Property
82
Modifications of Ownership
83
Qualified ownership
84
Perpetual interest
85
CONDITIONS OF OWNERSHIP 231 Time of enjoyment of property
86
Rights of Owners
87
General Definitions Affecting Property
88
Modes of Acquiring Property
90
Accession
91
Transfer of Property
92
Transfer of other personal property by sale
94
GIFTS 651 Definition of gift
95
Manner of making gift
96
Effect of gift
97
Custodians expenses compensation bond and liabilities
98
Exemption of third persons from liability
99
Proof and Acknowledgment of Instruments
100
By whom acknowledgments taken in foreign countries
101
Requisites for acknowledgment
102
Form of certificate of acknowledgment by corporation
103
Authentication of certificate of acknowledgment
104
Contents of cetificate of proof
105
Obligations in General
106
Obligation defined
107
Conditions precedent
108
TRANSFER OF OBLIGATIONS 871 Transfer of burden of obligation
109
Article BOffer of Performance 911 Extinction by offer
110
Time of offer JJJ 917 Offer of compensation for delay HI 918 Good faith of offer Ill 919 Conditional offer
111
Custody of thing offered
112
Satisfaction denned
113
Nature of a Contract
114
Persons capable of contracting
115
Kinds of fraud 11
116
Mistake of foreign laws
117
Object defined
118
Ascertainment of consideration
119
Creation of Contracts J19 35 Interpretation of Contracts
120
Uniformity of interpretation
121
Restriction to object of contract
122
Unlawful Contracts
123
Extinguishment
124
Obligations Imposed by Law
125
General Provisions Affecting Chatters 45 to 105
126
Article DThe Price
130
Implied warranties in sale by sample
131
TRANSFER OF PROPERTY AND TITLE Article ATransfer of Property as Between Seller and Buyer 1441 Property not to pass until goods are ascert...
132
Reservation of right of possession or property when goods are shipped
133
Risk of loss
134
Creditors rights against sold goods in sellers possession
135
Rights of person to whom document has been negotiated
136
Indorser not a guarantor
137
Delivery of wrong quantity
138
Right to examine the goods
139
RIGHTS OF UNPAID SELLER Article ARights of Unpaid Seller Against the Goods 1491 Definition of unpaid seller
140
When lien is lost
141
When and how resale may be made
142
O 62 2
143
When seller may rescind contract or sale
144
Interest and special damages
145
Interpretation shall give effect to purpose of uniformity
146
Conditional Sales
147
Primary rights of buyer
148
Refiling
149
Retaking possession
150
Resale at option of parties
151
Deposit in General
152
Voluntary deposit
153
Deposit for Keeping
154
GENERAL PROVISIONS See 1691 Indemnification of depositary
155
Obligation of depositary of animals
156
STORAGE 1741 Deposit for hire
157
Form of receipts what terms may be inserted
158
Obligation of warehouseman to deliver
159
Negotiable receipts must be cancelled or marked when part of goods delivered
160
Interpleader of adverse claimants
161
Liability of warehouseman to depositors of commingled goods
162
Warehouseman need not deliver until lien is satisfied
163
Perishable and hazardous goods
164
Negotiation of negotiable receipts by indorsement
165
Warranties on sale of receipt
166
Article DCriminal Offenses 1831 Issue of receipt for goods not received
167
Cases not provided for in subchapter
168
Unclaimed baggage sale at auction
169
Deposit for Exchange
170
Care required of borrower
171
Optional loan
172
Hiring
173
Termination of hiring by hirer
174
Service With Employment
175
Assumption of risk fellow servant rule contributory negligence
176
Duties of employee for reward
177
Surviving employee
178
Particular Employments
179
Conformity to limits of authority
180
Service Without Employment
181
CHAPTER 73COMMON CARRIERS SUBCHAPTER I COMMON CARRIERS IN GENERAL Sec Pae 2561 Common carrier defined J86 2562 Obli...
185
Liability for luggage
186
Proof in case of loss
187
Agent and agency defined
188
Consideration unnecessary
189
Power to disobey instructions
190
SUBCHAPTER IVALTERATION AND DISSOLUTION
198
When special partnership becomes general
201
Scope of chapter
203
Lottery
204
Interest of carrier or depositary
205
Required inquiry
206
Representation as to future
207
Coverage of specified insureds interest
208
Express warranties to be in policy
209
Policy as receipt
210
Notice of fire loss
211
Presumed nature of contract
212
CHAPTER 87FIRE INSURANCE Sec 3571 Alteration of use or condition of insured property
213
Limit of liability
214
Manner of payment of life insurance
215
Validity with respect to past wrongful act
216
Regulation of bail
217
LETTER OF CREDIT
220
Sec Pae 3921 Definition of letter of credit
222
Letter as continuing guaranty in certain cases
223
General or special liens
224
Compensation of holder of lien
225
EXTINCTION OF LIENS 4071 Lien as accessory to act whose performance it secures
226
SUBCHAPTER 1GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec 4111 Definition of mortgage
227
Power of sale
228
Bottomry and respondentia excluded from chapter
229
Filing assignment of mortgage notice
230
CHAPTER 101PLEDGE Sec 4201 Definition
231
Rights of owner pledging to secure obligation of another person
232
Waiver of demand for performance
233
b Livery and feedstable etc proprietors
234
Factors lien
235
Article DRights of Holder
236
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS IN GENERAL Article AForm and Interpretation Sec 4301 Form of negotiable instrument
238
Certainty of sum payable definition
239
Payable on demand
240
Insertion of date when authorized wrong date
241
Liability of signatories signature in trade or assumed name
242
Value defined
243
Indorsement in blank change to special indorsement
244
Indorsement in representative capacity
245
Notice before full amount paid
246
When person deemed indorser
247
Article FPresentment for Payment 4401 Failure to present for payment effect
248
Persons liable as partners 24J 4409 Joint debtors
249
Computation of time J? 4418 Instrument payable at bank 4419 Payment in due course defined
250
Notice to party or agent
251
Notice to antecedent party time
252
Notice of nonpayment where acceptance refused
253
Renunciation by holder
254
Treatment of bill as promissory note
255
General acceptance
256
Days on which presentment may be made
257
Persons who may make protest
258
Method of acceptance for honor
259
Declaration before payment for honor
260
PROMISSORY NOTES AND CHECKS 4561 Promissory note defined
261
Primary and secondary liability
262
DAMAGES IN GENERAL Article AGeneral Principles Sec 4641 Damages for detriment from unlawful act or omission
263
Interest stipulated by contract
264
Breach of warranty of agents authority
265
Liability of owner of dog for damages suffered by dog bite
266
CHAPTER 111SPECIFIC AND PREVENTIVE RELIEF SUBCHAPTER IGENERAL PRINCIPLES See 4761 Allowance of specific or preventive relief
267
Enforcement of penal law penalty or forfeiture
268
Parties not entitled to specific performance
269
Article ECancellation of Instruments 4831 Grounds for cancellation
270
Uniformity of interpretation
271
Validity of debtors contracts
272
Avoidance only where enforcement of creditors right obstructed
273
Marshals fees
274
Assignment to be in writing acknowledgment recording
275
Recording assignment and filing inventory
276
Accounting of assignee
277
Assignees protected for acts done in good faith
278
Private nuisance defined
279
TITLE 5CIVIL PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE PlET 1 Civil Procedure Generally
280
Division of judicial remedies
281
Actions not otherwise provided for
282
Actions on accounts
283
Death before expiration of limitation period
284
CHAPTER 5PARTIES Sec 121 Assignment of thing in action not to prejudice defense
285
Substitution of parties
286
CHAPTER 7COMMENCEMENT OF ACTIONS SERVICE OF PROCESS sec 161 Service on infant or incompetent person
287
Same personal judgment
288
When jurisdiction acquired voluntary appearance
289
CHAPTER 9 PLEADINGS Sec 201 Statute of limitations how pleaded
290
Libel and slander complaint
291
CIVIL ARREST AND BAIL Sec 241 Restriction on civil arrest
292
Affidavit to obtain order
293
Surrender of defendant
294
Justification of bail
295
Discharge of attachment irregularly issued
304
RECEIVERS 381 Appointment of receivers generally
305
Oath and undertaking of receiver
306
Deposit of sums over 200 in depositary disbursements records
307
CHAPTER 13TRIAL SUBCHAPTER I TRIAL BY JURY Sec 451 Jury trial of right
308
Jury to be sworn
309
Admonition when jury permitted to separate
310
Manner of giving verdict threefourths verdict polling jury
311
JUDGMENTS GENERALLY Sec 511 Interest on judgments
312
Confession of judgment without action
313
Issuance of execution form and contents
314
Execution after five years _
315
Procedure for asserting and determining claims for exemption
316
Execution of writ generally
318
Penalty for selling without notice or taking down or defacing notice
319
Sales as absolute or subject to redemption certificate of sale
320
Redemption persons to whom payments made tender
321
Rents and profits
322
Claims by third persons filing of claim undertaking by plaintiff
323
Same hearing to determine title to property
324
Same undertaking by claimant
325
Attachments and executions on mortgaged personal property
326
Payment by debtor of judgment debtor
327
SUBCHAPTER IVJUDGMENTS AGAINST JOINT DEBTORS 631 Summoning unserved joint debtors to show cause why they should not be bound...
328
Service of notice
329
CHAPTER 17PROCEDURE IN MAGISTRATES COURTS SUBCHAPTER IGENERAL PROVISIONS
330
Provisions applicable to magistratescourts
331
Rules of procedure in magistrates courts
332
Computation of time
333
Time for appearance of defendant
334
Answer counterclaims
335
Amendment of pleadings
336
Affidavit and undertaking for order of arrest
337
Direction and command of writ more than one defendant service outside subdivision
338
Time for commencement of trial
339
Adjournment undertaking
340
Judgment of dismissal for failure to bring to trial
341
Relief from judgment or order clerical mistakes harmless error
342
Renewal of execution
343
Undertaking on appeal
344
Filing of undertaking exception to and justification of sureties
345
PART 2PARTICULAR PROCEEDINGS Oum 51 Declaratory Judgments
346
Filing and serving undertaking
347
Judgment against sureties
348
Grant of writ by magistrates court
349
Production of body
350
Discharge of person detained by virtue of process
351
Recommitment to proper custody
352
CHAPTER 57HOSPITALIZATION OF MENTALLY ILL Sec 1631 Definitions
353
Emergency hospitalization
354
Right to discharge on application emergency detention
355
Detention under special circumstances
357
Right to communicate and receive visitors exercise of civil rights
358
Discharge upon medical review
359
Payment of charges
360
SUBCHAPTER IPROPERTY ACTIONS GENERALLY CONFLICTING CLAIMS Sec 1691 Action to quiet title to real and personal property
361
Injunction against injury during foreclosure or after execution sale
362
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Sec PaSe 1731 Foreclosure of mortgages on real and personal property
363
Abatement of nuisance damages
364
Service of notice
365
Parties defendant
366
Trial showing required
367
Appeals
368
Issuance return and hearing
369
SUBCHAPTER IIIREMEDIES FORMERLY AVAILABLE BY WRIT OF MANDATE 1901 Order to compel performance of duty or admission to of...
370
PART 3EVIDENCE CHAPTia Pge 101 General Provisions
371
CHAPTER 103SUBPOENAS RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF WITNESSES See 2551 Subpoenas generally
372
Persons present
373
CHAPTER 105PRODUCTION OF EVIDENCE SUBCHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec 2591 Mode of taking testimony
374
Proof of publication
375
Depositions for use outside Canal Zone Uniform Foreign Depositions Act
376
Presence of parties
377
CHAPTER 109 ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE UNIFORM RULES OF EVIDENCE SUBCHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS
378
Sec Pate 2731 Definitions
379
Scope of chapter
380
JUDICIAL NOTICE 2761 Facts which must or may be judicially noticed
381
Judicial notice in proceedings subsequent to trial
382
Oath
383
Definition of incrimination
384
Physicianpatient privilege
385
Marital privilege confidential communications
386
Priestpenitent privilege definition penitential communications
387
Official information
388
Effect of error in overruling claim of privilege
389
Habit or custom to prove specific beha ior
390
Preliminary examination
391
HEARSAY EVIDENCE 2961 Definitions
392
Discretion of judge under exceptions 15 16 17 18 and 19
396
AUTHENTICATION AND CONTENT OF WRITINGS 2991 Authentication required ancient documents
397
Proof of attested writings
398
Degree of certainty required to establish facts
399
Effect of declarations and acts of one person on rights of another
400
Same intent general and particular provisions
401
Burden of proof
402
Questions of fact and law
403
Unwritten law defined
404
Public record of private writing
405
Subscribing witness defined
406
Judicial record of a State enforcement personal representatives
407
DisDutable presumptions
408
PARTICULAR CASES STATUTE OF FRAUDS 3251 Offer equivalent to tender
409
Compromise offer
410
Crimes
411
General Provisions
412
Definitions
413
Classification of offenses
414
Persons capable of committing crimes
415
Extent of right of selfdefense
416
Punishment where only minimum term prescribed
417
Abortion and Contraception
418
Adultery
419
Definitions
420
Injury to person by vicious animal
421
Arrests Searches and Seizures
422
Arson
423
Attempts to Commit Offenses Generally
424
Attorneys
425
Bigamy
426
Burglary
428
Children
429
Civil Rights
430
Contempts
431
Contracts
432
Definition
433
Acceptance of deposits when bank insolvent
434
Disorderly Conduct
435
Duels and Challenges
436
Escape and Rescue
437
Extortion Oppression and Threats
438
False Imprisonment
439
Forgery and Counterfeiting _
440
false instrument
441
Sending or delivering forged or false messages with fraudulent intent
442
Counterfeiting ticket of common carrier
443
Fraud and False Statements
444
Obtaining money labor or property by false pretense proof
445
False representation by married person when selling or mortgaging lands
446
Habeas Corpus Offenses
447
Health and Safety
448
Exhibiting deformities of persons
449
Act by intoxicated physician or surgeon endangering life
450
Setting on fire grass or Bhrubbery
451
Adulterating or selling adulterated candy
452
Homicide
453
Punishment for manslaughter
454
Incest
455
Kidnaping and Similar Offenses
456
spiracy
457
Larceny and Embezzlement
458
Value of written instruments stolen
459
Larceny of lost property
460
Changing or defacing marks or brands on domestic animals
461
Bailee tenant lodger or attorney in fact
462
Letters and Messages
463
Use of information derived from private messages
464
Libel
465
Lotteries and Gambling
466
Sec Page
467
Air navigation regulations 29
469
Marriages
473
CHEMICAL TEST FOR INTOXICATION Sec Pace 1711 Implied consent of driver to submit to test to determine alcoholic content of blood
474
Persons qualified to administer tests additional tests release of in formation
475
Navigation
476
Obstruction of Justice
477
Falsifying jury lists
478
Perjury
479
Definition of oath
480
Postal Service
481
Prize Fighting and Sparring
482
Public Offices Officers and Employees
483
or property from successor
484
CRIMES AGAINST THE REVENUE 2151 Public moneys defined
485
Court officers failing to pay over fines or forfeitures received
486
Causing collision resulting in death
487
Jumping on or off train riding on roof platform appliances or pro jections
488
CHAPTER 109 RECORDS DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS Sec 2251 Theft destruction falsification mutilation or removal of record by officer havin...
489
Definitions
490
Penalties for violation 29
495
Penalties for violation
496
PART 2CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Chapter Page 201 Criminal Procedure Generally
497
Parties to criminal action
498
Right of attorney to visit prisoner
499
Dismissal of unsigned information
500
Finding on charge of previous conviction
501
Effect of giving or failing to give security
502
CHAPTER 207COMPLAINT WARRANT AND ARREST SUBCHAPTER I COMPLAINT WARRANT OF ARREST he 3701 Complaint
503
Peace officers defined
504
Breaking door or window
505
Release by peace officer without appearance before magistrate
506
Committing defendant to district court
507
Disposition of papers and bail
508
Rules of procedure in criminal actions in magistrates courts
509
Harmless error plain error
510
Dismissal of actions
511
Conduct of trial evidence
512
Withdrawal of appeal by defendant
513
Judgment
514
Remanding cause to magistrate
515
Plea and motions upon which issues of fact arise
516
Exception to challenge to panel
517
Challenge tor cause kinds
518
Exemption from service as cause of challenge
519
CHAPTER 55CUSTOMS SERVICE SUBCHAPTER IGENERALLY
520
Forms of verdict
521
Recording verdict 1
522
Service of subpoena
523
Article ADepositions Generally Sec Page 4271 Depositions on motion of defendant
524
Application for order to district court or magistrate
525
Definitions
526
Witness from another State summoned to testify in the Canal Zone
527
Circumstances in aggravation or mitigation of punishment
528
Mitigation of punishment when act already punished as contempt
529
Judgment for fine and costs attachment of property
530
EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE 4451 Warrant for execution of judgment of death time of execution
531
Procedure on finding of sanity or insanity
532
Mode of inflicting punishment of death
533
SUBCHAPTER IIOFFENSE8 AND PENALTIES OTHER ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS
534
Customs offenses generally penalties 30
536
Penalty for omission of sea stores from list or landing of sea stores forfeiture 31
537
Issuance and execution of bench warrant
539
Compromise of certain misdemeanors
541
CHAPTER 231MENTAL INCOMPETENCY OF DEFENDANT Sec 4861 Trial or punishment of insane person prohibited
542
Procedure upon finding of mental incompetency
543
Mental examination of indigent defendant
544
Delivery by trial court
545
Actions triable in magistrates court
546
Application of extradition laws and treaties of United States
547
UNIFORM CRIMINAL EXTRADITION ACT 5021 Definitions
548
Extradition of persons not present in demanding state at time of commission of crime
549
Confinement in jail when necessary
550
Commitment to await requisition bail
551
Revocation of letters upon subsequent probate accounting powers
584
new appointee
592
RESIGNATION SUSPENSION AND REMOVAL 1291 Resignation of executor or administrator and appointment of suc cessor liability
593
Revocation for embezzlement waste or mismanagement
594
Oath of executor or administrator recording letters
595
Insufficiency of sureties or bond additional security
596
Same neglect or refusal to give new sureties
597
Operation of business of decedent
598
Same costs sale of property recovered proceeds
599
Investment of moneys of estate pending settlement
600
Affidavits in support of claims claims not due contingent claims
607
vouchers
608
Claims not filed on time are barred exception
609
Claims presented to executor or administrator allowance or rejec tion
610
Filing or presenting claim as prerequisite to action exception
611
Judgment against decedent execution filing as claim levy before death redemption
612
CHAPTER 71RESORT TO ASSETS SALES Sec 1701 Order of resort to estate for debts
613
Sale of property to pay debts legacies family allowance or expenses selection
614
CHAPTER 73NOTES MORTGAGES CONVEYANCES AND TRANSFERS SUBCHAPTER I BORROWING MONEY AND MORTGAGING PERSO...
615
Execution of notes and instruments of security
616
CHAPTER 15ESTABLISHING PATERNITY SUBCHAPTER I PATERNITY PROCEEDINGS
671
Sec Page 280 Community property presumptions
686
Inventory of separate property
687
Management of wifes earnings
688
Legitimacy of issue of wife cohabiting with husband
689
Parental abuse
690
Notice to absent or nonconsenting parent
691
CHAPTER 13SUPPORT OF RELATIONS Sec 421 Support of wife
692
Action for relief from obligation to support parent
693
Persons who may bring action certificate where child unborn nature of action
694
Competency of mother to testify dying declarations
695
BLOOD TESTS TO DETERMINE PATERNITY 491 Authority for test
696
Uniformity of interpretation
697

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Side 129 - Where the buyer, expressly or by implication, makes known to the seller the particular purpose for which the goods are required, and it appears that the buyer relies on the seller's skill or judgment (whether he be the owner or manufacturer or not), there is an implied warranty that the goods shall be reasonably fit for such purpose.
Side 250 - A bill of exchange is an unconditional order in writing addressed by one person to another, signed by the person giving it, requiring the person to whom it is addressed to pay on demand or at a fixed or determinable future time a sum certain in money to order or to bearer.
Side 250 - Where a negotiable instrument is materially altered without the assent of all parties liable thereon, it is avoided, except as against a party who has himself made, authorized or assented to the alteration, and subsequent indorsers. But when an instrument has been materially altered and is in the hands of a holder in due course, not a party to the alteration, he may enforce payment thereof according to its original tenor.
Side 241 - But for the purpose of determining whether the transferee is a holder in due course, the negotiation takes effect as of the time when the indorsement is actually made.
Side 243 - That the instrument is at the time of his indorsement valid and subsisting. And, in addition, he engages that on due presentment, it shall be accepted or paid, or both, as the case may be, according to its tenor, and that if it be dishonored, and the necessary proceedings on dishonor be duly taken, he will pay the amount thereof to the holder, or to any subsequent indorser who may be compelled to pay it.
Side 137 - In the absence of express or implied agreement of the parties, acceptance of the goods by the buyer shall not discharge the seller from liability in damages or other legal remedy for breach of any promise or warranty in the contract to sell or the sale. But, if, after acceptance of the goods, the buyer fails to give notice to the seller of the breach of any promise or warranty within a reasonable time after the buyer knows, or ought to know of such breach, the seller shall not be liable therefor.
Side 242 - The title of a person who negotiates an instrument is defective within the meaning of this act when he obtained the instrument, or any signature thereto, by fraud, duress, or force and fear, or other unlawful means, or for an illegal consideration, or when he negotiates it in breach of faith, or under such circumstances as amount to a fraud.
Side 130 - Where there is an unconditional contract for the sale of specific goods in a deliverable state the property in the goods passes to the buyer when the contract is made, and it is immaterial whether the time of payment or the time of delivery, or both, be postponed.
Side 253 - Where the holder of a bill drawn payable elsewhere than at the place of business or the residence of the drawee has not time with the exercise of reasonable diligence to present the bill for acceptance before presenting it for payment on the day that it falls due, the delay caused by presenting the bill for acceptance before presenting it for payment is excused, and does not discharge the drawers and indorsers.
Side 364 - The writ of mandamus may be denominated the writ of mandate.— 1873-345. 1085. It may be issued by any court, except a justice's or police court, to any inferior tribunal, corporation, board, or person, to compel the performance of an act which the law specially enjoins, as a duty resulting from an office, trust, or station...

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