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1879

Smith Vs. Ayer

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1879

..... this court with great distinctness. there, the testator and one cawood had been partners, and in his will the testator desired that his interest in the partnership should be continued until the expiration of the term limited by the articles between them, the business to be continued by his partner, and the profit ..... and loss to be distributed in the manner there provided. after his death, his partner carried on the business of the partnership, but failed before the expiration of the stipulated term, and the object of the suit was to reach the general assets of the estate of the ..... that the law does not afford them any satisfactory redress. a testator, too, directing the continuance of a partnership may, if he so choose, bind his general assets for all the debts of the partnership contracted after his death. but he may also limit his responsibility either to the funds already embarked in the ..... it was a waste of the assets and that if the assignee had knowledge even from the nature of the transaction, that the administrator was thus acting in violation of his trust, the right of property in the notes was not divested, and he could not hold the notes or profit by such ..... purposes of the trust, or such as may reasonably be supposed to be within its scope, must look to the authority of the trustee, or he will act at his peril. the adjudications in support of this doctrine are very numerous. the doctrine pervades the whole law of trusts. in colt v. lasnier, reported .....

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Jan 14 1879 (PC)

Rai Komul Dossee Vs. J.W. Laidley and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-14-1879

Reported in : (1879)ILR4Cal957

..... occupancy would not accrue. i think the word ijara is a misnomer there quite out of place.'5. now, section 7 was expressly inserted in the rent act with the view of preventing a ryot from taking undue advantage of the declaration contained in section 6 by enabling the landlord to set up an express contract ..... those observations we concur, and it would be impossible, we think, to hold that a firm or partnership could take the grant of land and by arrangement amongst themselves, continuing for a series of years by changes in the partnership, hand over the land from one person to another under the guise of a right of occupancy. ..... as ryots of the land, so far as the cultivation of indigo is concerned. that being so, they come under the provisions of section 6 of beng. act viii of 1869, and they must be held to have acquired a right of occupancy in the land. every one of the elements necessary to constitute a right ..... by them by means of capital for the purpose of carrying out a particular speculation. it appears to me that neither the terms of act x of 1859 nor of beng. act viii of 1869. contemplate the right of occupancy growing up in such a case as this. for these reasons it appears to me that ..... occur throughout. it must be borne in mind that the first lease granted to mr. dalrymple is dated before the passing of act x of 1859. the second lease was subsequent to that act, and consequently any change in the phraseology of the grant must be taken to have great significance, and when it is a .....

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