Journal of the Institute of Actuaries, Volume 18

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Institute of Actuaries, 1875 - Insurance
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Page 374 - The square of the sum of two numbers is equal to the square of the first number plus twice the product of the first and second number plus the square of the second number.
Page 33 - States, the courts or arbitral tribunals attempt to put the injured party in as good a position as he would have been in if the contract had been performed (Restatement Second on Contracts, Section 344; Uniform Commercial Code, Sections 1-106 (1)).
Page 31 - District, the costs of all parties to be paid out of the estate.
Page 362 - Every company established after the passing of this Act within the United Kingdom, and every company established or to be established out of the United Kingdom which shall after the passing of this Act commence to carry on the business of life assurance within the United Kingdom...
Page 25 - ... all debts payable on a contingency, and all claims against the company, present or future, certain or contingent, ascertained or sounding only in damages, shall be admissible to proof against the company, a just estimate being made, so far as...
Page 89 - ... effect after or in defeasance of his estate tail, and any person shall by...
Page 5 - ... years next after the commencement of the time at which such assurance, if it had then been executed by such tenant in tail or the person who would have been entitled to his estate tail if such assurance had not been executed, would, without the consent of any other person, have operated to bar such estate or estates as aforesaid, then at the expiration of such period of...
Page 361 - company " means any person or persons, corporate or unincorporate, not being registered under the Acts relating to friendly societies, who issue or are liable under policies of assurance upon human life within the United Kingdom...
Page 38 - ... made for the relief of the poor, as to the improvement of the habits of the people, that encouragement should be afforded to persons desirous of making provision for themselves or their families out of the fruits of their own industry...

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