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" I am of opinion that although, generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee... "
Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial ... - Page 297
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1865
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Cases argued and determined in the Supreme court of Nova Scotia, Volume 2

Benjamin Russell, J. M. Geldert - 1882
...direction of the Lord President. I am of opinion that, although generally speaking where there is dehvery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, he is the proper person to bring the action"— (itwasan action on the contract)— " against the carrier should the goods be lost, yet that if the...
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Southern Law Review and Chart of the Southern Law and Collection Union, Volume 7

Law - 1882
...concluded as follows : " I am of opinion that, although, generally speaking, where there is a deliver}' to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, he is the proper person to bring the action against the carrier should the goods be lost, yet that if the consignor made a special contract with...
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The Ontario Reports: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the ..., Volume 2

Law reports, digests, etc - 1883
...& F. 600, in th House of Lords. Lord Cottenham's judgment is very full. The head note is : " Though generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, the latter is the proper person to bring the action against the carrier ; yet if the consignor make...
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A Treatise on the Law of Carriers: As Administered in the Courts of the ...

Robert Hutchinson - Carriers - 1891 - 1090 pages
...whilst in his charge, and in which, after a review of the authorities, it was said that they established the proposition " that although, generally speaking,...supersedes the necessity of showing the ownership in tho goods, and the consignor, the person making the contract Christy & Co., on the account of one Fallis....
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Scots Revised Reports: House of Lords Series, Volume 7

1899
...down the same doctrine. " These authorities, therefore, my Lords, established these propositions : that although, generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, the consignee is the proper person to bring the action against the carrier if they should be lost ;...
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The English Reports: House of Lords (1677-1865), Volume 4; Volume 9

Law reports, digests, etc - 1901
...laid down the same doctrine. These authorities, therefore, my Lords, established these propositions : that although, generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, the consignee is the proper person to bring the action against the carrier if they should be lost ;...
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An Epitome of the Law Relating to Charter-parties and Bills of Lading

Lawrence Duckworth - Bills of lading - 1901 - 160 pages
...and the consignor may by a contract with the carrier make the carrier liable to himself. In a word, generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, the latter is the proper person to bring the action against the carrier; yet if the consignor make...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Book 50

Law reports, digests, etc - 1901
...trustees for the real owner." In Dunlop v. Lambert, 6 Clark & F. GOO, the House of Lords held: "Though, generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, the latter is the proper person to bring the action against the carrier, yet, if the consignor make...
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An Epitome of the Law Affecting Charter-parties and Bills of Lading

Lawrence Duckworth - Bills of lading - 1904 - 146 pages
...and the consignor may by a contract with the carrier make the carrier liable to himself. In a word, generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, the latter is the proper person to bring the 112 action against the carrier ; yet if the consignor...
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Cases on the Law of Agency

George Louis Reinhard - Agency (Law) - 1911 - 826 pages
...trustees for the real owner." In Dunlop v. Lambert, 6 Cl. & F. *6oo, the House of Lords held : "Though, generally speaking, where there is a delivery to a carrier to deliver to a consignee, the latter is the proper person to bring the action against the carrier, yet if the consignor make...
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