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" Chancellor was of opinion, that the plaintiffs had the plainest equity that could be. The person originally sustaining the loss was the owner ; but after satisfaction made to him, the insurer. "
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: In the ... - Page 98
by Great Britain. Court of Chancery, Francis Vesey, Robert Belt, Philip Yorke Earl of Hardwicke - 1831
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A System of the Law of Marine Insurances: With Three Chapters, on Bottomry ...

Sir James Allan Park - Bottomry and respondentia - 1817 - 727 pages
...were already satisfied for their loss by the insurers, who thereupon brought the present bill. The Lord Chancellor was of opinion, that the plaintiffs...; but after satisfaction made to him, the insurer becomes the owner. No doubt, but from that time, as to the goods themselves, if restored in specie,...
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A Treatise on the Law of Insurance

Wendell Phillips - Insurance law - 1823 - 550 pages
...captures, claimed the proceeds of the ships and cargoes taken by way of reprisal. Lord Hardwicke said, ' The person originally sustaining the loss was the...made to him, the insurer. No doubt, but from that lime, as to the goods themselves, if restored in specie, or. compensation made for them, the assured...
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A Treatise on the Law Relating to Insurance: In Three Parts, Viz. I.--Of ...

David Hughes - Booksellers' catalogs - 1833 - 471 pages
...Hardwicke, on a bill being filed *in equity, decreed in favour of the insurers. He said, that they had the plainest equity that could be. The person...owner: but after satisfaction made to him, the insurer became the owner. No doubt, he said, but from that time, as to the goods themselves, if restored in...
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The Law of Nisi Prius, Evidence in Civil Actions, and Arbitration ..., Volume 3

Archibald John Stephens - Arbitration and award - 1842 - 2995 pages
...stand in their places and receive their proportions. Thus, in Randal v. Cockran(^) Lord Hardwickc said, "The person originally sustaining the loss was the...the insurer. No doubt, but from that time, as to the goodthemselves, if restored in specie, or compensation made for them, the assured stands as a trustee...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery: By the ..., Volume 14

Nicholas Simons - Equity - 1847
...this case comes within the principle distinctly stated, by Lord Hardwicke, in Randal v. Cochran : " The person originally sustaining the loss was the...but, after satisfaction made to him, the insurer." A question seems to be raised, by the affidavits, as to the subject to which the sum awarded, is to...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 24

John Lansing Wendell - Law reports, digests, etc - 1850
...although they were satisfied for their loss by the insurers. The lord chancellor said he " was of the opinion that the plaintiffs had the plainest equity...originally sustaining the loss was the owner ; but after [ *518 ] *satisfaction made to him the insurer. No doubt but from that time, as to the goods themselves,...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the ..., Volume 60

Law reports, digests, etc - 1857
...v. Cochran, (1 Vesey, sen., 98,) the chancellor replied to a similar objection, "that the plaintiff had the plainest equity that could be." The person...originally sustaining the loss was the owner; but, qfter satisfaction made to him, the insurer. And in White v. Dabinson, (14 Sim., 273,) an insurer enforced...
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Reports of Decisions in the Supreme Court of the United States ..., Volume 7

Benjamin Robbins Curtis - Law reports, digests, etc - 1864
...owner should account for the same to the underwriter ; and said : " The person who originally sustained the loss, was the owner, but after satisfaction made...restored in specie, or compensation made for them, the insured stood as a trustee for ' the insurer, in proportion to what he paid, although the [ * 215 ]...
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Reports of Decisions in the Supreme Court of the United States, Volume 1

Samuel Freeman Miller - Law reports, digests, etc - 1874
...v. Cochran, (1 Vesey, sen. 98,) the chancellor replied to a similar objection, "that the plaintiff had the plainest equity that could be." The person...but, after satisfaction made to him, the insurer. And in White v. Dabinson, (14 Sim. 273,) an insurer enforced a lien on a judgment recovered by the...
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Reports of Cases Decided by the English Courts: With Notes and ..., Volume 5

Nathaniel Cleveland Moak - Law reports, digests, etc - 1879
...equity, expressed by Lord Ilardwicke in Randal v. Cockran (3), that " the person who originally sustains the loss was the owner, but, after satisfaction made to him, the insurer." In Godsall v. Bohtero 119J (4) the same principle was acted upon in a case of life *iu(') 0 B. & S.,...
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