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1876

Eames Vs. Home Insurance Company

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1876

..... the 14th of that month, and was renewed for a second year by the payment of a second premium in 1871. cooley having taken eames into partnership and sold him half of the property, the application for the insurance in question was made in their joint names. the negotiations were commenced on ..... the views expressed by this court in insurance company v. wilkinson, 13 wall. 222, and other more recent cases, the defendant was concluded by the act of its agent. the reference to collateral insurances in other companies is subject to the same consideration. the insurances were being applied for through this very agent ..... and legal effect, eames relying entirely on his experience in such matters. there is no reason to suppose that either eames or beach did not act in entire good faith in the transaction. and indeed it cannot be pretended that the facts were not substantially as represented in the application. the ..... counsel suppose. it is a form of expression often used in common speech in this country to indicate an affirmative statement. i was so understood and acted on by mr. beach. it is equivalent to saying, "we will take the insurance at that rate." and ducat evidently understood the negotiation as closed, ..... , as we construe the letter of eames, he (eames) agreed to and accepted this modification. supposing all the parties to be acting in good faith, as they were bound to act, had he not a right to suppose that the agreement was concluded, and that the risk was taken by the defendant? we .....

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1876

Doyle Vs. Continental Insurance Company

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1876

..... this decree the defendant appealed. sec. 22, c. 56, laws of wisconsin, 1870, provides as follows: "that any fire insurance company, association, or partnership, incorporated by or organized under the laws of any other state of the united states, desiring to transact any such business as aforesaid by any agent or ..... absolute government in the world. the argument that the revocation in question is made for an unconstitutional reason cannot be sustained. the suggestion confounds an act with an emotion or a mental proceeding, which is not the subject of inquiry in determining the validity of a statute. an unconstitutional reason ..... power and control over its territories, its citizens, and its business belong to the state. if the state has the power to do an act, its intention or the reason by which it is influenced in doing it cannot be inquired into. thus, the pleading before us alleges that the ..... business in said state as therein provided, and did subsequently fully comply with said act, but that upon filing appointment of an agent page 94 u. s. 536 upon whom process of law could be served, complainant was compelled ..... expenditures of money in advertising the business of insurance against loss by fire in the state of wisconsin. that soon after the passage of said act, complainant complied with the provisions of sec. 22 thereof and procured from the state treasurer and secretary of state the certificates and license to do .....

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Jun 26 1876 (PC)

Shepherd Vs. the Trustees of the Port of Bombay

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jun-26-1876

Reported in : (1877)ILR1Bom477

..... the defendant that, in the publication in question, the name of the plaintiff's firm had been placed under the head 'first meeting under the bankruptcy act,' instead of under the head 'dissolutions of partnership,' does not seem to have been relied upon as a defence to the allegation of publication,--in fact, the point does not seem to have been raised ..... question of justification and express malice, considered the evidence at considerable length, after which he resumed]:17. i have come to the conclusion, which i express, though unwillingly, that the acts and conduct of the plaintiff, in reference to the steamer 'dromedary,' did, in fact, constitute a serious ground for the dissatisfaction of the trustees with the plaintiff, and a ..... the defamatory statement must have been made in connexion with, and have naturally arisen out of, some business actually transacted by the trustees, and which they have power under their act to transact.9. it was contended that, to make the transmission of the resolutions to government in the present case a privileged communication, it was necessary that such transmission ..... the making of statements or expressing of opinions defamatory of individuals. the undue extension of the principles of privilege, when claimed by virtue of an express duty imposed by an act of the legislature, is, in my opinion, sufficiently guarded against by the conditions of all privilege, that the statement must be bond fide. merely wanton publication of defamatory statements .....

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Aug 02 1876 (PC)

Lakshman Dada Naik Vs. Ramchandra Dada Naik

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-02-1876

Reported in : (1877)ILR1Bom561

..... once come into court, and claim a dissolution of the partnership, and the settlement of the differences between the parties would then be no further advanced than at the present moment. if the parties will not ..... it appears to us, would be the most convenient mode of partition; but it would manifestly be useless for this court to constitute such a partnership, unless the parties agreed to enter into such a relation with one another, because either party, who might be dissatisfied with the arrangement, might at ..... s business at belgaum and bombay should be united into one common firm, and carried on by both parties on the footing of an ordinary partnership. it would probably be most convenient that the existing system of management should not be disturbed; that the plaintiff should continue to manage the ..... no evidence of the payment, except the entries in the accounts, which alone are not sufficient to charge the plaintiff' with liability (section 34, indian evidence act). nor, even if the money was really paid, would the plaintiff be liable to account for it: for the payment was made to the ..... in the paternal or ancestral estate is by birth, [although] the father have independent power in the disposal of effects other than immoveables, for indispensable acts of duty and for purposes proscribed by text of law, as gifts through affection, support of the family, relief from distress, and so forth'. .....

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