Reports of Cases Argued and Ruled at Nisi Prius, in the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas: 1793[-1807] ... (Google eBook)

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P. Byrne, 1802 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 356 - Vaughan now moved for a rule to shew cause, why the verdict should not be set aside, and a new trial granted.
Page 247 - Nicholl, but merely a correction of a mistake, and in furtherance of the original intention of the parties, and the plaintiff had a verdict A new trial was afterwards moved for, but the court refused a rule.
Page 412 - ... contrary to the form and effect of the said condition of the said writing obligatory, to wit, at, &c.
Page 353 - If there was any fraud in the transaction, or if a bona fide consideration had not been paid for the bill by the plaintiffs, to be sure they could not recover; but to adopt the principle of the defence to the full extent stated, would be at once to paralyze the circulation of all the paper in the country, and with it all its commerce.
Page 84 - ... keep the horse and bring an action on the warranty, in which he will have a right to recover the difference between the value of a sound horse and one with such defects as existed at the time...
Page 11 - ... construction for the tenant where he has made necessary and useful erections for the benefit of his trade or manufacture, and which enable him to carry it on with more advantage. It has been held...
Page 353 - that to adopt the principle of the defence to the full extent stated, would be at once to paralyze the circulation of all the paper in the country, and with it all its commerce. The circumstance of the bill having been lost, might have been material if they could bring knowledge of that fact home to the plaintiffs.
Page 424 - That part of the work of one author is found in another, is not of itself piracy, or sufficient to support an action...
Page 384 - Britain, or the lord keeper or the lords commissioners for the custody of the great seal of Great Britain, for the time being...
Page 352 - It was contended by the defendant, that although a person might pay a bill, to which he was a party, to one who had come dishonestly by it, by reason of the personal liability attached to his name on the bill, a banker or any other should not discount a bill for a person unknown without using due diligence to inquire into the circumstances, as well respecting the bill as of the person who offered to discount it.

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