Laws of Business for All the States and Territories of the Union and the Dominion of Canada (Google eBook)

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S. S. Scranton, 1900 - Commercial law - 867 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER X
116
Forms
131
Guaranty in Another way
140
CHAPTER XIV
147
Release from a Lessor to a Lessee upon his surrendering
156
Common Form of a Bill of Exchange
162
What is Essential to a Negotiable Note or Bill
168
Consideration of Negotiable Paper
176
Rights and Duties of the Indorser
191
Judgment Note with Waiver
198
CHAPTER XVII
207
How Authority may be given to an Agent
209
Extent and Duration of Authority
212
Execution of Authority
214
Liability of an Agent
215
How a Principal is affected by the Acts of his Agent
216
Mutual Rights and Duties of Principal and Agent
217
Factors and Brokers
220
Forms Form 71 Power of Attorney
223
Power of Substitution
224
Full Power of Attorney to Demand and Recover Debts
225
Power of Attorney to Sell and Deliver Chattels
226
Power of Attorney to subscribe for Stock
227
Power to receive Dividend
228
How a Partnership may be Formed
229
How a Partnership may be Dissolved
231
Property of the Partnership
233
Authority of each Partner and the Joint Liability of the Partnership
234
Remedies of Partners against each other
239
Right of the Firm against Third Parties
240
Rights of Creditors in Respect to Funds
241
CHAPTER XIX
250
Forms
256
Forms
275
CHAPTER XXII
278
CHAPTER XXIII
300
CHAPTER XXIV
312
CHAPTER XXV
318
Transfer of Property in a Ship
321
PartOwners
323
Liability of Mortgagees V Contract of Bottomry
325
Employment of a Ship by the Owner
327
Charter Parties
334
General Average
338
Salvage
342
Navigation of the Ship
346
Seamen
350
Pilots
353
XIIIMaterialMen
354
Forms Form 91 Bill of Sale of Vessel
355
Mortgage of a Vessel
357
Charter Party
359
Bill of Lading
360
Shipping Articles in Common Use
361
Bottomry Bond
364
Oath or Affirmation of Consignee or Agent
365
CustomHouse Power of Attorney No 201
366
Maritime Protest
367
What things should be ccnmunicated
384
Premium
385
Description of the Property Insured
386
Perils covered by the Policy
387
Perils of the Sea
388
Collision
389
XVIII Barratry 39
390
General Clause
391
Deviation
392
Termini of the Voyage and of the Risk
394
Total Loss and Abandonment
396
Form Form 101 Abandonment 39
399
General Average
402
Partial Loss 43
404
CHAPTER XXVII
405
Usual Subject and Form of the Insurance 45
408
Interest of the Insured
414
Double Insurance
416
Warranty and Representation
417
Risk incurred by the Insured
421
Valuation
422
Alienation
423
Notice and Proof
424
Adjustment and Loss 425
425
Forms Form 102 Immediate Notice of Loss
426
Notice with Certificate of Magistrate
427
Assignment of a Policy to be indorsed thereon
428
FAGK
430
Insurance against Accident Disease and Dishonesty
439
Deed Poll of Warranty in Common use in New England
452
Power of Attorney to sell Lands
502
Abstract of the Laws of all the States Relating to Deeds and their
538
Forms
545
Mortgage with Power of Sale to secure a Bond without
548
but with Release of Homestead and Dower 547
576
CHAPTER XXXI
604
Digest of Leases
610
Lease with Covenants about Water Rates and Injury
617
CHAPTER XXXII
646
Abstract of the Laws of the States respecting Chattel Mortgages
653
LAW OF PATENTS
664
Model
670
Disclaimers
678
Forms of License
686
CHAPTER XXXIV
696
CHAPTER XXXV
703
LIENS OF MECHANICS AND MATERIALMEN FOR THEIR
718
Forms
728
Notice under Mechanics Lien Law
758
CHAPTER XXXVIII
790
CHAPTER XL
796
CHAPTER XLI
809
Trespassing on the Farm
817
Hiring of a Farm
828
Transfer and Assignment of Policy 429
862
Abstract of Days of Grace and Holidays in all the States
872
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Page 697 - An assignment, grant or conveyance shall be void as against any subsequent purchaser or mortgagee for a valuable consideration, without notice, unless it is recorded in the Patent Office within three months from the date thereof or prior to such subsequent purchase or mortgage.
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