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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: contract of indemnity contract Year: 1900 Page 7 of about 84 results (0.037 seconds)

May 14 1900 (FN)

Knowlton Vs. Moore

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-14-1900

..... engaged in such commerce is not the subject of taxation by the several states, because congress may regulate interstate commerce? conveyances, mortgages, leases, pledges, and, indeed, all property and the contracts page 178 u. s. 60 which arise from its ownership, are subject more or less to state regulation, exclusive in its nature. if the proposition here contended for be sound ..... to, or divided amongst, the wife, children, or grandchildren of the person deceased intestate, or making such will or testamentary instrument, or any recognizance, bill, bond, or other obligation or contract, which shall be made to or with the united states, or any state, or for their use, respectively." [ footnote 3 ] act of june 13, 1898, c. 448. "sec. 29. that .....

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Jan 09 1900 (PC)

Motilal Pal Chowdhry and ors. Vs. Satya Prashad Pal Chowdhry and anr.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-09-1900

Reported in : (1900)ILR27Cal683

..... a contract or transaction with the testator. the hatchittas in question were given by the executrix in successive renewal of hatchittas originally executed by the testator and renewed by him year after ..... a count for money paid for the use of an executor is a good count to charge him in his representative character, when the demand arises in consequence of a contract made with the testator.' let us then see what the demand in this case arises from and how far the consideration for the promise of the executrix arose out of ..... : 'but if we look through the different cases which follow that statement, it will be found that in every one the consideration for the promise of the executor was a contract or transaction with the testator.' and a little further on, after referring to two other cases--dowse v. coxe (1825) 3 bingham, 20, and powell v. graham (1817) 7 taunton ..... in question, especially when by so doing she had heavily increased the debt originally due from the testator by allowing compound interest to be charged. it is argued that a contract of borrowing made by an executor only binds him personally, and that the only liability created by the hatchittas is a personal liability of the executrix; and in support of .....

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Dec 17 1900 (FN)

Tyler Vs. Judges of Court of Registration

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-17-1900

..... been affected, against the party who committed or caused the injury, or by or against his personal representative." an action on contract (p. 2) "must be brought in the name of the party in whom the legal interest in such contract was vested," and an action of tort (p. 68) "in the name of the person whose legal right has been affected .....

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Nov 12 1900 (FN)

Scranton Vs. Wheeler

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-12-1900

..... gray 35; shaw, c.j. "the term 'property,' as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title, inchoate or complete. it is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract, those which are executory as well as those which are executed." soulard v. united states, 4 pet. 511; marshall, c.j. private property is that which is one's own .....

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Mar 05 1900 (FN)

The Benito Estenger

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-05-1900

..... bona fide and absolutely transferred; that there must be a sale divesting the enemy of all further interest in it, and that anything tending to continue his interest vitiates a contract of this description altogether." in the jemmy, 4 c.rob. 31, the same eminent jurist observed: "this case has been admitted to farther proof owing entirely to the suppression of ..... under the management of a hostile proprietor, the sale will be deemed merely colorable and collusive. . . . anything tending to continue the interest of the enemy in the ship vitiates a contract of this description altogether." the sechs geschwistern, 4 c.rob. 100, is cited, in which sir william scott said: "this is the case of a ship, asserted to have been .....

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Oct 16 1900 (PC)

The Municipal Council Vs. the Standard Life Assurance Company

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-16-1900

Reported in : (1901)ILR24Mad205

..... in this, there was an agent employed to canvas and take orders for another person, with no power to make contracts. an attempt was made to distinguish the cases on the ground that according to section 4 of the indian contract act the acceptance of a proposal is not binding on the acceptor until he becomes aware of it. that rule of .....

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Apr 09 1900 (FN)

Arnold Vs. Hatch

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-09-1900

..... hatch, who then and for about twenty-five years prior thereto, had resided page 177 u. s. 278 upon and worked a large farm in mchenry county, illinois, made a contract with his son, frank w. hatch, a young man just out of school, under which it was agreed that the latter should undertake the management of the farm, farm implements .....

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Apr 09 1900 (FN)

Bristol Vs. Washington County

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-09-1900

..... in the usual acceptation of the term. the obligation to contribute to the support of government in return for the protection and advantages afforded by government is not dependent on contract, but on the exercise of the public will as demanded by the public welfare. by the laws of minnesota, moneys, credits and other personal property were required to be listed ..... of an absent principal. it was exclusively under the protection of the laws of this state. it had to rely on those laws for the force and validity of the contracts on the loans, and the preservation and enforcement of the securities. the laws of new york never operated on it. if credits can ever have an actual situs other than ..... person taxed which is a debt that may, in case of death of the person taxed, be proved against his estate in the state where the mortgages and loans are contracted subject to the statutes of limitations of the state. this is an appeal from a judgment of the circuit court for the district of minnesota, allowing a claim in favor .....

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Apr 09 1900 (FN)

Louisville and Nashville R. Co. Vs. Schmidt

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-09-1900

..... , and contracts from the time of its said purchase until the first day of april, 1883, and knew at all times, including the time during which this action has been pending, that ..... aforesaid purchase of the railroad and properties of the louisville, cincinnati, and lexington railroad company, actually knew all the provisions of the page 177 u. s. 234 lease, mortgages, and contracts set up in the original petition in this suit, and actually applied net earnings accruing from said operation of said properties therein referred to in accordance with said lease, mortgages ..... is denominated by counsel for the plaintiff in error in their brief as a "wilderness of figures." at last a final decree was entered fixing the earnings which under the contract were attributable to the mortgage creditors of the cumberland and ohio at the sum of $53,565.62, which the defendant was ordered to pay into court, with interest, by ..... accrue by reason of business coming to it from or over said first party's line." the lease provided that the lessee, the cincinnati and lexington, should not assign the contract without the consent of the lessor, the cumberland and ohio. contemporaneously with the execution of the lease, and in order to secure the carrying out of the stipulation providing for .....

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Nov 06 1900 (FN)

American Sugar Refining Co. Vs. Louisiana

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-06-1900

..... . s. 404 . in pacific express company v. seibert, 142 u. s. 339 , a state statute defining an express company to be such as carried on the business of transportation on contracts for hire with railroad or steamboat companies did not invidiously discriminate against the express companies defined by it by exempting other companies carrying express matter in vehicles of their own ..... louisiana constitution is one dependent upon the construction of that constitution, and that the interpretation given to it by the state supreme court, raising as it does no question of contract, is obligatory upon this court, but as that court held the defendant liable upon the ground that it was engaged in the business of refining sugar, the further question is .....

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