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" The ruling was in form that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury... "
The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ... - Page 140
1872
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Reports of the Cases Relating to Maritime Law: Decided by the ..., 3. köide

Great Britain. Courts - 1864
...points, it must be taken that the jury have found that there was negligence; and then it is contended that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury, and that if there was, the defts. were protected by the exceptions in the bill of lading. The bill...
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English Reports Annotated, 1866-1900, 2. köide,1. osa

Maxwell Alexander Robertson - 1866
...directed by a stranger, went to the lamp-room instead of the urinal, and fell down some steps, and it was held that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury, Willes, J. saying, " It ought to have been shewn the steps were more than ordinarily dangerous. ......
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The Weekly Notes, 5. köide

Frederick Pollock - 1870
...and leave was reserved to the defendants to move to enter a nonsuit if the Court should be of opinion that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury — the defendants undertaking, in the event of the rule being made absolute, not to ask for costs....
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common ..., 50. köide

Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas, Octavian Baxter Cameron Harrison, Henry Rutherfurd - 1868 - 928 lehte
...against the machine, and his foot having caught the corner of it, he fell and was injured; and it was held that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury against the company, the machine being in a situation in which it might have been seen ; and the accident...
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The Law Reports. Court of Exchequer: From Michaelmas Term, 1865 ..., 3. köide

Great Britain. Court of Exchequer - 1868
...leave being reserved to the defendants to move to enter a nonsuit or a verdict for them, on the ground that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury. A rule having been obtained accordingly, or for a new trial on the ground that the verdict was against...
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The Bengal Law Reports of Decisions of the High Court at Fort ..., 14. köide

Louis Arthur Goodeve - 1874
...verdict was taken by consent for the plaintiff, subject to leave reserved to set it aside on the ground that there was no evidence of negligence, to go to the jury. A rule was accordingly obtained in the Court of Common Pleas, and was after argument discharged. Upon...
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The Law of Railway Companies, Comprising the Companies Clauses: The Lands ...

Henry Godefroi, John Shortt - 1869 - 552 lehte
...section — nu-amuR of " necessary." 8 £ 9 vicT. c. 20. rail It was held by the Court of Common Pleas, that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury : (Grafter v. Metropolitan Railway Co., 35 LJ (CP) 132.) (») It was held by the Vice- Chancellor of...
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A Treatise Upon the Law Applicable to Negligence

Thomas William Saunders - 1871 - 269 lehte
...luggage was placed on the arrival of trains, and was used for weighing luggage ; upon these facts it was held that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury. In giving judgment, Martin, B., said, " In all cases of this nature the first qviestion to be considered...
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Reports of Cases Decided by the English Courts: With Notes and ..., 1. köide

Nathaniel Cleveland Moak - 1872
...leave being reserved to the defendant to move to enter a nonsuit, if the Court should be of opinion that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury. A rule to show cause having been obtained accordingly, Anstie (H. Matthews, QC, with him), showed cause....
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The Canada Law Journal, 9. köide

1873
...but it had stood there some five years without accident to any person passing to or from the train ; held, that there was no evidence of negligence to go to the jury, the machine being where it might have been seen, and the accident not being shewn to be one which could...
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