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" ... where, from the nature of the contract, it appears that the parties must from the beginning have known that it could not be fulfilled unless when the time for the fulfilment of the contract arrived some particular specified thing continued to exist,... "
Massachusetts Reports - Page 423
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1907
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Book 65

Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, Robert Desty, Burdett Alberto Rich, Edmund Hamilton Smith, Henry Philip Farnham - Law reports, digests, etc - 1904
...positive and absolute, and not subject to any condition, expressed or implied." It was there also held that "where, from the nature of the contract, it appears that the parties must, from the beginning, have known that it could not be fulfilled unless, when the time for the fulfilment of the contract arrived,...
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The common law of South Africa: a treatise based on Voet's ..., Volume 2

Manfred Nathan, Johannes Voet - History - 1904
...that both parties were excused from performance of the contract. It was said, by Blackburn, J. : " Where, from the nature of the contract, it appears that the parties must from the beginning have known that it could not be fulfilled, unless when the time for the fulfilment of the contract arrived...
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A selection of cases on the law of contracts

Samuel Williston - Contracts - 1904 - 909 pages
...where the contract is positive and absolute, and not subject to any condition, express or implied; and that where, from the nature of the contract, it appears that the parties most from the beginning have contemplated the continuing existence of some particular specified thing...
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A Treatise on Deeds

Robert Frederick Norton, Robert Hay Dun, Digby Latimer Francis Koe - Deeds - 1906 - 694 pages
...740, in which it was held (extending the doctrine of Taylor v. Caldwell (1863), 8 B. & S. 826, viz., that, where from the nature of the contract it appears that the parties must have contracted on the basis of the continued existence of some specific thing, they are excused from...
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The Ontario Weekly Reporter and Index-digest, Volume 10

Law reports, digests, etc - 1907
...was destroyed by fire. The Court held the defendants excused, and laid down the following principle: "Where from the nature of the contract it appears that the parties must from the beginning have known that it could not be fulfilled unless when the time for the fulfilment of the contract arrived...
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The Law Relating to Covenants Running with Land

Richard Cuthbert Brown - Covenants - 1907 - 205 pages
...Dommitt, (1796) 6 Term Bep. 650, 2 Chit. 608; Morrogh v. Alleyne, (1873) Ir. E. 7 Eq. 487. But when from the nature of the contract it appears that the parties must have contemplated the continued Chap. existence of some specified thing as the foundation of !_ what...
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Transvaal Law Reports: Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court

Transvaal (Colony). Supreme Court - 1908
...VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, in giving judgment. »ys: "That case" (ie Taylor v. Caldwett) "at least makes it clear that ' where, from the nature of the contract, it...appears ' that the parties must from the beginning have known' that it could not be fulfilled unless, when the time for the fulfilment of the contract arrived,...
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Cardinal Rules of Legal Interpretation

Law - 1908 - 674 pages
...performance becomes impossible from the perishing of the thing without default of the contractor. " Where, from the nature of the contract, it appears that the parties must from the beginning have known that it could not be fulfilled, unless when the time for the fulfilment of the contract arrived...
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The Sales Act (public Acts, 1907, Ch. 212) of Connecticut, Complete Text of ...

John Elliott, Connecticut - Sales - 1909 - 933 pages
...situation, or from the subject matter itself." School District No. 1 v. Dauchy, 25 Conn. 530, 535. " Where from the nature of the contract it appears that...parties must from the beginning have contemplated the continuing existence of some particular specified thing, as the foundation of what was to be done,...
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Cases on measure of damages

Isaac Franklin Russell - Damages - 1909 - 714 pages
...condition either express or implied; and there are authorities which, as we think, establish the principle that where, from the nature of the contract, it appears that the parties must from the beginning have known that it could not be fulfilled unless when the time for the fulfillment of the contract arrived...
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