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" It is clear that in ascertaining the present value we are not limited to the consideration of the amount of the actual investment. If that has been reckless or improvident, losses may be sustained which the community does not underwrite. "
Valuation of Public Service Corporations: Legal and Economic Phases of ... - Page 954
by Robert Harvey Whitten - 1914 - 798 pages
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The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 34

Frank William Taussig, William Leonard Crum - Economics - 1920
...part of the railroad plant can be devoted to another use, or to the same use in another place. The losses may be sustained which the community does not...investment, if the value of its property be plainly less, 80 the making of a just return for the use of the property involves the recognition of its fair value...
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The Quarterly journal of economics, Volume 34

1920
...part of the railroad plant can be devoted to another use, or to the same use in another place. The i may be sustained which the community does not underwrite....investment, if the value of its property be plainly lew, so the making of a just return for the use of the property involves the recognition of its fair...
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The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 34

Frank William Taussig, William Leonard Crum - Economics - 1920
...protected in its actual investment, if the value of ita property be plainly leas, ao the rr»»lriTifl of a just return for the use of the property involves the recognition of ita fair value if it be more than ita coat. The property is held in private ownership and H il that...
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Public Utilities Reports

Henry Clifford Spurr, Ellsworth Nichols - Public utilities - 1921
...ascertaining the present value we are not limited to the consideration of the amount of the actual investment. If that has been reckless or improvident, losses may...of its property be plainly less, so the making of a jusr return for the use of the property involves the recognition of its fair value if it be more than...
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Legislative Document, Volume 15

New York (State). Legislature - New York (State) - 1921
...consideration of the amount of the actual investment. If that has been reckless or improvident, losses may 1x3 sustained which the community does not underwrite....the value of its property be plainly less, so the No. 571 : 815 making of a just return for the use of the property involves the recognition of its fair...
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Harvard Law Review, Volumes 34-35

Law reviews - 1922
...ascertaining the present value we are not limited to the consideration of the amount of the actual investment. If that has been reckless or improvident, losses may...protected in its actual investment if the value of i ts property be plainly less, so the making of a just return for the use of the property involves...
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Report of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Appeals of the ..., Volume 89

West Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals, Edgar P. Rucker, Romeo H. Freer, Clarke W. May, William Gustavus Conley, A. A. Lily, Edward Theodore England, Howard Burton Lee, Homer Adams Holt, Clarence Watson Meadows, William S. Wysong, Ira J. Partlow, William C. Marland, Chauncey H. Browning, John G. Fox, W. W. Barron, C. Donald Robertson - Law reports, digests, etc - 1922
...v. Shepard (Minnesota rate cases, supra), the court, speaking through Mr. Justice Hughes, also said: "As the company may not be protected in its actual investment if the value of the property be plainly less, so the making of a just return for the use of the property involves the...
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Department Reports of Pennsylvania, Volume 3

Pennsylvania Workmen's Compensation Board - Employers' liability - 1917
...ascertaining the present value we are not limited to the consideration of the amount of the actual investment. If that has been reckless or improvident, losses may...sustained which the community does not underwrite." Nor should the public be required to underwrite these investments where bad management, or the falling...
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The New York Supplement

Law reports, digests, etc - 1922
...ascertaining the present value we are not limited to the consideration of the amount of the actual investment. If that has been reckless or improvident, losses may...not be protected in its actual investment, if the vahie of its property be plainly less, so the making of a just return for the use of the property involves...
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Locomotive Firemen's Magazine, Volumes 62-63

1917
...ascertaining the present value we are not limited to the consideration of the amount of the actual investment. If that has been reckless or improvident, losses may...sustained which the community does not underwrite." This much of the quotation can only mean that the actual investment is to be protected only if it has...
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