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" It is true that it is a principle of law that a cause of forfeiture of the. existence of a corporation cannot be taken advantage of or enforced against a corporation collaterally or incidentally, or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding for that... "
The Southeastern Reporter - Side 231
1888
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Holyoke Water Power Company: Petitioner V. City of Holyoke, Volum 18

Holyoke Water Power Company, Holyoke, Mass - 1902
...a cause of forfeiture, however great, cannot be taken advantage of or enforced against corporations collaterally or incidentally, or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding for that object in behalf of the government." And that is my claim here. Assuming for the sake of the argument...
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A Selection of Cases on Private Corporations: In Two Volumes, Volum 1

Jeremiah Smith - 1902
...a cause of forfeiture, however great, cannot be taken advantage of or enforced against corporations collaterally or incidentally, or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding for that object in behalf of the government. Angell & Ames on Corp. § 777, and cases cited. Boston Glass Manufactory...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Bok 38

1905
...cause of forfeiture, however great, cannot be taken ad vantage of or en forced against corporations collaterally or incidentally, or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding for that object in behalf of the government." In Dam v. Old Colony R. Co. 181 Mass. 258^ 41 Am. Rep. 221, is...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Bok 28

1905
...forfeit as this, If not stronger. So in Greenbrier Lumber Co, v. Ward, 30 W. Va. 48, it was held that "a cause of forfeiture cannot be taken advantage of or enforced against a private corporation collaterally or incidentally, or in any other manner than by direct, proceeding...
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A Selection of Cases on the Law of Private Corporations

Leslie Jay Tompkins - 1908 - 1162 sider
...a cause of forfeiture, however great, cannot be taken advantage of or enforced against corporations collaterally or incidentally, or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding for that object in behalf of the government. Angell & Ames on Corp. § 777, and cases cited; Boston Glass Manufactory...
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Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, Volum 114

Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals - 1913
...cause of forfeiture, however great, cannot be taken advantage of, or enforced against corporations, collaterally or incidentally, or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding for that object in behalf of the government." See Newport News, &c., Co. v. Hampton, &c., Railroad Co., 103...
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Virginia Appeals: Decisions of the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, Volum 7

Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals - 1913
...cause of forfeiture, however great, cannot be taken advantage of, or enforced against corporations, collaterally or incidentally, or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding for that object in behalf of the government." See Neivport News &c. Co. v. Hampton &c. Railroad Co., 103 Va....
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The Reported Opinions of the Hon. James McSherry: With a Biographical Sketch

James McSherry, Nicholas Charles Burke - 1914 - 415 sider
...al., 78 Md. 308. DuPuy vs. Terminal Company, 82 Md. 408. Dailey vs. Wight, Trustee, 94 Md. 269. (3) A cause of forfeiture cannot be taken advantage of, or enforced against a corporation in a collateral proceeding. State, Ex Rel. vs. Latrobe, 81 Md. (4) Unpaid stock subscriptions to the...
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Essentials of the Law ...: Elementary law ... with notes and references for ...

Marshall Davis Ewell - 1915
...to make the continuance of the charter conditional upon the strict and literal performance of them.4 A cause of forfeiture cannot be taken advantage of,...the government creating the corporation can alone instutite such a proceeding; since it may waive a broken condition of a compact made with it, as well...
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Annotated Consolidated Laws of the State of New York as Amended to ..., Volum 3

New York (State) - 1917
...affd. (1911), 201 NY 594, 95 NE 1136. Collateral attack.—It has been long held in this state that a cause of forfeiture cannot be taken advantage of or enforced against a corporation collaterally or in any other mode than by a direct proceeding against the corporation for that purpose. Matter of NY...
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