« ForrigeFortsett »
When the editor began teaching Code Pleading, there was no case book which covered more than two or three topics of the general subject. In consequence, this set of cases has been collected for class room use, and is now published, primarily for the convenience of students.
No attempt has been made at chronological arrangement, because it did not appear practicable to treat the subject historically within the time which can reasonably be given to such a
It has been the aim of the editor to furnish the students with the material for an intelligent study of modern pleading, without attempting to deal with questions of practice or the special provisions of any particular code.
EDWARD W. HINTON.
Columbia, Missouri, September 10th, 1906.
The Facts Constituting the Cause of Action..
(a) Ultimate Facts distinguished from
Berry v. Dole, 87 Minn. 471: 414.
Bledsoe v. Irwin, 35 Ind. 293: 331.
Bomberger v. Turner, 13 Ohio St.
Borden v. Gilbert, 13 Wis. 670:
Bowen v. Emerson, 3 Or. 452: 8.
Boyce v. Christy, 47 Mo. 70: 522.
Bradley v. Aldrich, 40 N. Y. 504:
Brady v. Ball, 14 Ind. 317: 333.
Bruce v. Burr, 67 N. Y. 237: 747.
Brunsden v. Humphrey, 14 Q. B.
Buhne v. Corbett, 43 Cal. 264:
Buttemere v. Hayes, 5 M. & W.
Cable v. St. L. M. R. & D. Co., 21
Caddell v. Allen, 99 N. C. 542: 114.
Campbell v. Bannister, 79 Ky. 205:
Canfield v. Tobias, 21 Cal. 349:
Capuro v. Builders' Ins. Co., 39
Carbondale Invt. Co. v. Burdick,
Carman v. Plass, 23 N. Y. 286:
Casey v. Mason, 8 Okla. 665: 81.