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" If the case had been submitted to the jury upon the testimony introduced, and a verdict had been returned for the plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside for want of any evidence to warrant it. "
Weekly Notes of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ... - Página 53
1883
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The New York Supplement

1902
...by its probate ; and had the matter been submitted to the jury, and a verdict rendered in favor of the plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside as against evidence. In addition to this, we think the evidence affirmatively established not only...
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American Negligence Reports: All Current Negligence Cases Decided in the ...

John Milton Gardner, Walter James Eagle - 1907
...Co., supra. If the matter had been submitted to the jury and the verdict had been rendered in favor of plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside. Consequently, it was his duty to direct the verdict. Chivington v. Colorado Springs Co., 9 Colo. 597,...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General ..., Volumen118

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1908
...LRA 794. If the matter had been submitted to the jury and the verdict had been rendered in favor of plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside. Consequently, it was his duty to direct the verdict: Chivington v. Colorado Springs Co., 9 Colo. 597,...
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A Treatise on Code Pleading and Practice: Also Containing 1900 ..., Volumen1

William Angus Sutherland - 1910 - 4353 páginas
...own behalf, when the entire evidence is such that if the motion had been denied and a verdict found for the plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set the verdict aside as not supported by the evidence.87 The right to take a nonsuit remains with the...
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Courtright's Colorado Digest: Digesting All Colorado Decisions ..., Volumen3

William Hiram Courtright, George S. Berry - 1915
...defendant, for if such evidence had been submitted to the jury and the verdict had been rendered in favor of the plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set It aside. — Snyder v. Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek Dist. Ry. Co., 36 C. 288, 85 P. 686. (e) Where two or...
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United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports: With Key-number Annotations ...

1904
...negligent in failing to provide a railing at the end of the platform and they had found thereon in favor of plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside. Error is further assigned to the refusal of the court to charge as follows : "If deceased had deposited...
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United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports: With Key-number Annotations ...

1901
...the jury was not only ample; it was so clear that, if a contrary verdict had been returned, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside. The court might well have directed the verdict which the jury found. The cause of the injury was a leak...
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The Federal Reporter, Volumen17

1883
...INSTRUCTION TO FIND KOU DEFENDANT. Where, if the case had been left to the jury and a verdict had been found for the plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside as contrary to the evidence, it was correct to instruct them to find for the defendant. At Law. Armstrong...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volumen4;Volumen24

1895
...by witnesses upon this branch of the case from the consideration of the jury. In any event, had the jury found a verdict for the plaintiff, it would have been the duty of the court to set it aside, and grant a new trial. Conceding, therefore, that it was error to have given the instruction asked...
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The Southeastern Reporter, Volumen21

1895
...by witnesses upon this branch of the case from the consideration of the Jury. In any event, had the Jury found a verdict for the plaintiff, It would have been the duty of the court to set it aside, and grant a new trial. Conceding, therefore, that it was error to have given the Instruction asked...
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