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" ... the agreement is one which by the statute of frauds is required to be in writing. "
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ... - Page 363
by Vermont. Supreme Court - 1857
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of ..., 2. köide

Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas - 1847
...admissible to vary the contract. ERLE, J. I am of the same opinion, on the ground that the contract was one which, by the statute of frauds, is required to be in writing. The defendant was bound to keep the plaintiff in his service for the space of five years at the least....
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A Treatise on the Law of Master and Servant: Including Therein Masters and ...

Charles Manley Smith - 1852 - 568 lehte
...labour, business or work of their ordinary calling on the Lord's Day (o). Where the agreement is one, which by the Statute of Frauds, is required to be in writing, it must also " be signed by the party to be charged therewith, or some other person by him thereunto lawfully...
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The Legal Observer, and Solicitors' Journal, 50. köide

1855
...the parties are hound. And more especially is that so in a case where, ae here, the contract is one which, by the Statute of Frauds, is required to be in writing." Per Maule, J., in Harnor v. Groves, 15 CB 667, 674. NOTES ON RECENT STATUTES. COMMON LAW PROCEDURE...
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The Exchequer Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in ..., 6. köide

Great Britain. Court of Exchequer, Edwin Tyrrell Hurlstone, John Paxton Norman - 1862
...— We are all of opinion that there ought to be no rule. The objection is that the agreement is one which, by the Statute of Frauds, is required to be in writing; and that would be so if it were sought to enforce it as an agreement. But it is pleaded as a fact that...
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The Jurist, 2. köide,2. osa

1857
...the parties are bound ; and more especially is that so in a case where, as here, the contract is one which by the Statute of Frauds is required to be in writing. The object of that statute, as appears from its tit!« and preamble, was to prevent frauds and perjuries....
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The Northwestern Reporter, 117. köide

1908
...EVIDENCESUPPLYING DEFECTS IN CONTRACT. Oral evidence is not admissible to supply defects in a written ccntract, which by the statute of frauds is required to be in writing. [Ed. Note. — For cases in point, see Cent. Dig. vol. 23. Frauds, Statute of, § 375.] 3. SAME —...
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., 77–78. köide

1897
...v. City of Denver, 19 CCA 144, 72 Fed. 341. It is something like an action predicated of a contract, which, by the statute of frauds, is required to be in writing. When the petition declares upon the contract, the presumption of law is that the contract was such...
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A Digest of the Questions Asked at the Final Examination of Articled Clerks ...

Richard Hallilay - 1884 - 635 lehte
...194, llth edit.) Q.—How may an agent be empowered to sign, on behalf of his principal, a contract which, by the Statute of Frauds, is required to be in writing 3 and does he need a written authority ? A.—The first and third sections of the Statute of Frauds...
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The Southeastern Reporter, 10. köide

1890
...performance of the contract so varied; and such relief may be granted, although the agreement is one which, by the statute of frauds, is required to be in writing. There is no douM that a deed to land may be thus corrected, and, a fortiori, it may be said to be within...
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The Law of Insurance: As Applied to Fire, Life, Accident ..., 1. köide

John Wilder May - 1891 - 1463 lehte
...paid for it if it arrived, but not otherwise, and it was lost, it appearing that the contract was one which by the Statute of Frauds is required to be in writing it was held that he had no insurable interest.3 And so where the plaintiff held an instrument made by...
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