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Page 616 - It is a first principle in the law of insurance, on all occasions, that where a representation is material it must be complied with - if immaterial, that immateriality may be inquired into and shown; but that if there is a warranty it is part of the contract that the matter is such as it is represented to be. Therefore the materiality or immateriality signifies nothing.
Page 251 - ... subject to the opinion of the court upon a case to be made, with liberty to either party to turn the same into a bill of exceptions, and subject to adjustment at the custom-house as to the amount.
Page 608 - And this policy is made and accepted in reference to the terms and conditions hereto annexed, which are to be used and resorted to in order to explain the rights and obligations of the parties hereto, in all cases not herein otherwise specially provided for.
Page 508 - That the capital stock of such company shall not exceed one hundred thousand dollars; and it shall be lawful for the trustees to call and demand from the stockholders respectively all such sums of money by them subscribed...
Page 411 - In general, the parties are deemed to have contemplated only the damages and injury which the creditor might suffer from the non-performance of the obligations in respect to the particular thing which is the object of it, and not such as may have been accidentally occasioned thereby in respect to his own (other) affairs.
Page 501 - It is said by Chancellor Kent that the authority of an agent may be revoked by the lunacy of a principal, but the better opinion would seem to be that the fact of the existence of the lunacy must have been previously established by inquisition before it could control the operation of the power.
Page 621 - ... so long as the same shall be so appropriated, applied, or used, these presents shall cease and be of no force or effect.
Page 469 - ... thereafter be disqualified from collecting any debt or debts incurred by such practice, in any court or before any magistrate in this State.