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Page 373 - This kind of equitable action to recover back money, which ought not in justice to be kept, is very beneficial, and therefore much encouraged.
Page 99 - For the purposes of this act, 1. any premises in such a state as to be a nuisance or injurious to health; 2.
Page 149 - Law union, and orders are given at a board regularly constituted, and having general authority to make contracts for work or goods necessary for the purposes for which the corporation was created, and the work is done, or goods supplied...
Page 373 - But it lies for money paid by mistake ; or upon a consideration which happens to fail ; or for money got through imposition (express or implied) ; or extortion ; or oppression ; or an undue advantage taken of the plaintiffs situation, contrary to laws made for the protection of persons under those circumstances.
Page 61 - ... thence next -ensuing, and fully to be complete and ended...
Page 211 - Every such company as aforesaid shall be liable for the loss of, or for any injury done to any horses, cattle, or other animals, or to any articles, goods, or things, in the receiving, forwarding, or delivering thereof, occasioned by the neglect or default of such company or its servants...
Page 295 - In all these cases it may be said, as it was said here, that the master has not authorized the act. It is true he has not authorized the particular act, but he has put the agent in his place to do that class of acts, and he must be answerable for the manner in which the agent has conducted himself in doing the business which it was the act of his master to place him in.
Page 145 - But in other cases, the seal is the only authentic evidence of what the corporation has done, or agreed to do. The resolution of a meeting, however numerously attended, is, after all, not the act of the whole body. Every member knows he is bound by what is done under the corporate seal, and by nothing else.