Law in Daily Life: A Collection of Legal Questions Connected with the Ordinary Events of Everyday Life

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Clarendon Press, 1904 - Civil law - 169 pages
From the German of Rud. von Jhering, with notes and additions, by Henry Goudy.

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Page 170 - This book is a preservation photocopy. It was produced on Hammermill Laser Print natural white, a 60# book weight acid-free archival paper which meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (permanence of paper) Preservation photocopying and binding by Acme Bookbinding Charlestown, Massachusetts...
Page 37 - Videamus, an et servorum culpam et quoscumque induxerit praestare conductor debeat? et quatenus praestat, utrum ut servos noxae dedat an vero suo nomine teneatur? et adversus eos quos induxerit utrum praestabit tantum actiones, an quasi ob propriam culpam tenebitur? mihi ita placet, ut culpam etiam eorum quos induxit praestet suo nomine, etsi nihil convenit, si tarnen culpam in inducendis admittit, quod tales habuerit vel suos vel hospites: et ita Pomponius libro sexagesimo tertio ad edictum probat.
Page 29 - If a guest, in ignorance of the fact that gratuities to servants have been already included in the bill, has given a tip over and above, can he demand it back on...
Page 156 - Any other use of the wood than that of burning is not suggested. 3. A poor peasant girl who has beautiful hair offers it for sale to a hairdresser, and they come to terms by which it is agreed that the hair shall be allowed to grow for a month longer. In the interval the girl 1 ic with some non-combustible substance.
Page 70 - Or in respect of laesio enormis or of error regarding its qualities? 31. A forester became a subscriber to a ' Lexicon of Indo-Germanic Roots ' in the belief that (instead of roots of words) it dealt with botanical roots ; an officer ordered at...
Page 108 - Agreeably astonished was the young man when 208 twenty-five franc pieces came to him ; he thought, however, that there might be some mistake and wrote once more to the banker, from whom he got the answer that everything was in order, his balance amounted to 208 Napoleons. The delighted student now extended his journey to Egypt, Palestine, and Greece, and only came home when the money was coming to an end.
Page 112 - A good mother thinks of her children, even when at another person's table, by putting some confectionery for them into her pocket ; had a hired servant done this it would have been a furtum ; is it the same as regards the mother?
Page 29 - Is a contract between him and his servants valid which binds them to hand over all tips to him ? Would it apply to a tip given under the express condition that the recipient should keep it for himself?
Page 48 - ... 20. Is it a case of mandate when a husband hands to his wife money to defray household expenses? 21. Does any balance over belong to the wife, or on what legal principles is the husband's claim...

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