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Page 315 - If the interest of the assured in the property be any other than the entire unconditional and sole ownership of the property for the use and benefit of the assured...
Page 152 - ... to have and to hold the same to him, his heirs, and assigns forever...
Page 121 - ... reasonable cause to believe that the debtor was insolvent at the time of the transfer.
Page 415 - No person shall kill or expose for sale or have in his possession after the same has been killed, any quail,
Page 130 - At the close of the evidence, the court directed a verdict for the plaintiff for the amount of the note, with interest.
Page 316 - ... or if the interest of the assured in the property, whether as owner, trustee, consignee, factor, agent, mortgagee, lessee, or otherwise, be not truly stated in this policy, * * and in every such case this policy shall be void.
Page 623 - But if a reading of the whole will produces a conviction that the testator must necessarily have intended an interest to be given which is not bequeathed by express and formal words, the court must supply the defect by implication, and so mould the language of the testator as to carry into effect, as far as possible, the intention which it is of opinion that he has on the whole will sufficiently declared.
Page 132 - He possesses that reasonable degree of learning, skill, and experience which is ordinarily possessed by others of his profession.