The Canada Law Journal, Volumen14

W.C. Chewett & Company, 1878

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Página 150 - ' the advance of money to a firm upon a contract that the lender shall receive a rate of interest varying with the profits, or a share of the profits, shall not of itself constitute the lender a partner.
Página 50 - Such an allowance of interest certainly would not conflict with the usury laws. They forbid " any greater sum or greater value for the loan or forbearance of any money, goods or things in action
Página 152 - complying with the above conditions, the money deposited in part payment shall be forfeited. All lots unclaimed within the time aforesaid shall be resold by public or private sale, without further notice, and the deficiency made good by the defaulter.
Página 176 - no assurance . . . shall be made ... on any ship . . . belonging to his Majesty or any of his subjects, or on any goods ... on such ship, interest or no interest, ... or without benefit of salvage to the assurer : and every such assurance shall be null and void.
Página 177 - trust for an infant, either absolutely, or contingently on his attaining the age of twentyone years, it shall be lawful for the trustees to apply towards his maintenance or education "the whole or any part of the income to which such infant may be entitled in respect of such property.
Página 275 - head covered : ... and all the people that was with him, covered every man his head, and they went up, weeping as they went up '' (2 Sam. xv. 30). Darius, too, covered
Página 181 - discretion, and shall pay the moneys and the investment for the time being representing the same, to my said wife during her life upon trust for all my children or any child who being sons or a son shall attain the age of twenty-one years ; or, being daughters or a daughter, shall attain that age or marry, and if more than one, in equal shares. Provided
Página 299 - held, that the judgment debt and costs should be recovered against her separate estate, in spite of the restraint against anticipation in the settlement, under the Married Women's Property Act, 1870, which provides that "the wife shall be liable to be sued for, and any property belonging to
Página 278 - Method is essential, and enables a larger amount of work to be got through with satisfaction. "Method," said Cecil (afterwards Lord Burleigh), "is like packing things in a box ; a good packer will get in half as much
Página 176 - the time of any loss or damage by fire, . . . there be any other subsisting insurance or insurances, whether effected by the insured or by any other person, . . . this company shall not be liable to pay or contribute more than its ratable proportion of such loss

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