Court : US Supreme Court
Decided on : Mar-06-1911
..... maintain it on her own behalf; that she cannot maintain it as trustee for the certificate holders ( new hampshire v. louisiana, 108 u. s. 76 ), and that the bill is multifarious in attempting to unite claims made by the plaintiff as such trustee with some others set up under the wheeling ordinance, etc., which, in the view we take, it has ..... u. s. 496 , 200 u. s. 519 -520; kansas v. colorado, 206 u. s. 46 , 206 u. s. 82 -84. therefore we shall spend no time on objections as to multifariousness, laches, and the like, except so far as they affect the merits, with which we proceed to deal. see rhode island v. massachusetts, 14 pet. 210, 39 u. s. 257 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Decided on : Apr-10-1911
Reported in : (1911)13BOMLR1061
..... mr. justice beaman? was it properly constituted, or was it bad by reason of mis-joinder of cause of action or of parties, and so, objectionable on the ground of multifarious ness?24. before discussing this question, i think it is necessary to express an opinion on a point on which mr. inverarity has laid much stress, while arguing the appellant ..... v. churchill (1833) 1 m. & k. 559. it appears that in that case an objection was taken that the suit was multifarious and it was contended on behalf of the plaintiff that the authorities showed that the objection of multifarious ness could not be taken at the hearing. the master of the rolls met this objection by saying that so far as .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Decided on : Sep-05-1911
Reported in : (1911)13BOMLR1097; 12Ind.Cas.871
..... think, be plain to any one familiar with the relations between an indian government and its subjects, the innumerable points at which those relations are close and direct, and the multifarious ness of the duties for whose discharge the community looks to government and the officers of government. here, therefore, it is especially necessary in the interests of the public that .....Tag this Judgment!