New Cases Selected Chiefly from Decisions of the Courts of the State of New York, Volumen7

George S. Diossy, 1880

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Página 162 - ... such as may fairly and reasonably be considered either arising naturally, ie according to the usual course of things from such breach of contract itself, or such as may reasonably be supposed to have been in the contemplation of both parties at the time they made the contract, as the probable result of the breach of it.
Página 316 - ... the separate property of the wife is liable for the payment of debts contracted by the husband or wife for the necessaries of life furnished to them or either of them while they are living together; provided, that the provisions of the foregoing proviso shall not apply to the separate property of the wife held by her at the time of her marriage or acquired by her by devise, succession, or gift, other than by gift from the husband, after marriage.
Página 87 - ... under such regulations as shall be prescribed by the board of supervising inspectors with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce...
Página 93 - A vessel on the high seas beyond the distance of a marine league from the shore, is regarded as part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs, and subjected exclusively to the jurisdiction of that nation.
Página 158 - Whenever special or extraordinary damages, such as would not naturally or ordinarily follow a breach, have been awarded for the nonperformance of contracts, whether for the sale or carriage of goods, or for the delivery of messages by telegraph, it has been for the reason that the contracts have been made with reference to peculiar circumstances known to both, and the particular loss has been in the contemplation of both, at the time of making the contract, as a contingency that might follow the...
Página 19 - Court is of the opinion that the plaintiff is entitled to an injunction restraining the infringing use.
Página 112 - Marriages in presence of any consular officer of the United States in a foreign country, between persons who would b'e authorized to marry if residing in the District of Columbia...
Página 376 - The language of the acts of 1874 and 1875 is certainly broad enough to embrace an appeal from an order granting a new trial on the ground that the verdict of the jury was against evidence, but such, I think, was not the intention of the Legislature.
Página 303 - ... issues, profits or proceeds thereof, and any real, personal or mixed property which shall come to her by descent, devise or bequest, or the gift of any person except her husband, shall remain her sole and separate property, notwithstanding her marriage, and not be subject to the disposal of her husband or liable for his debts.
Página 314 - The real and personal estate of every female, acquired before marriage, and all property to which she may afterwards become entitled, by gift, grant, inheritance, or devise, shall be and remain the estate and property of such female, and shall not be liable for the debts, obligations or engagements of her husband ; and may be devised or bequeathed by her as if she were unmarried.

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