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Defense of dwelling or property.
Burglar, right to kill, for act of entry al-

ready committed. 34-1477. Homicide in defense of habitation or

property. 34-1488 (case p. 1177).

Power to close or obstruct street tempo

rarily to permit its use for purposes
of sport or entertainment. 31-270

(case p. 267).
School playground, closing portion of

street adjacent to, when ball games

are in progress. 34–267.
Remedy for obstruction.
Presentation of claim to executor or ad-

ministrator before bringing action
for obstruction of highway. 34-
382.

Defense of third person.
General rule as to right of man to pre-

vent injury of inmate of his home.
34-1477.

Ice on sidewalks; injury by.
Arlificial conditions on premises, liabil.

ity of abulting olener for injury
from ice formed on sidewalk by the
discharge of rain or melted snow due
to. 34-409 (case p. 406).

Self-defense.
Deliberation in firing at assailant, effect

of. 34-1102.
Instructions as to, see TRIAL.
Question for jury as to, see TRIAL.

duty to retreat. Illegal use of house for manufacture of

liquors as affecting duty of one occupying bedroom therein to retreat when attacked by trespassers. 311477.

Injury to traveler by vehicular or ani

mal traffic. Automobile or motorcycle causing injury,

see AUTOMOBILES AND MOTORCYCLES. Side on which vehicle approaching vehicle

standing in middle of road may pass.
34-1511.

contributory negligence.
Automobiles, contributory negligence of

one engaged about an automobile in
highway as affecting liability for in.
jury to him. 34-1515

(case p.
1507).
Automobiles, contributory negligence of

person injured .by, see AUTOMOBILES,
ETC.

- apprehension of danger; necessity of

act, Actual or apparent danger of loss of life

or great injury as necessary to justify shooting of one attempting to

enter bedroom at night. 34-1477. Instruction omitting doctrine of apparent

danger, see APPEAL AND ERROR. Standard of cautious and prudent man as

measure of right to shoot one enter. ing bedroom at night. 34-1477.

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE.

HOLDING OVER.

Electric shock from, presumption of negli

gence, see EVIDENCE.

By tenant, see LANDLORD AND TENANT.

HOMICIDE.

HUSBAND AND WIFE.

Appellate court's reduction of judgment

or change of degree, see APPEAL AND

ERROR.
Cross-examination of accused, see WIT-

NESSES.
Evidence, see EVIDENCE.
Instructions, see TRIAL.
Withdrawal of juror, see TRIAL.

Dower, see Dower.
Fraudulent conveyance to wife, see FRAUD.

ULENT CONVEYANCES.
Funeral expenses, liability of husband

for, as affected by the fact that wise
was living apart from him. 34-81?

(case p. 809). Inheritance rights, see DESCENT AND DIs

TRIBUTION.

Malice; intent.
Giving alarm on hearing attempted entry
of house as necessary to escape impu-

ICE.
tation of malice in killing intruder.
34-1477

Abutting owner's liability for ice on sideIntruder entering dwelling at nighttime,

walk, see HIGHWAYS AND STREETS. killing of, as justifying conviction of degree of homicide involving malice. 34-1477.

ILLEGALITY. Wilful commission of act as implied in term "malice." 34-1477.

Parol evidence to show, see EVIDENCE. Italic type indicates points with annotation; roman type, points without.

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IMPLICATION.

Easement by implication, see EASEMENTS.

IMPLIED AGREEMENTS.

See CONTRACTS.

Contracts.
Consideration to insane person, absence

of, as affecting right to set aside con-
tract entered into in good faith be-
fore adjudication of insanity. 34-

1399. General rule as to right to rescind con

tract entered into in good faith without fraud for fair consideration before adjudication of insanity. 34

1399. Restoration of status quo as condition of

avoidance of suretyship or modation contract of incompetent.

34-1403 (case p. 1399). Suretyship, guardian's right to set aside

contract of, without restoration of consideration. 34-1399,

IMPLIED COVENANTS.

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See COVENANTS.

IMPLIED REPEAL

Statutes, see STATUTES.

INCONSISTENCY.

Estoppel by, see ESTOPPEL.

IMPLIED WARRANTY.

See SALE.

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Cash surrender value.
INSOLVENCY.

Death of insured as terminating right to

collect cash surrender value of policy.

34-834, Bankruptcy, see BANKRUPTCY. Broker's insolvency, see BROKERS.

Proofs of loss or death. Fraudulent conveyances by insolvent, see Time for proofs after expiration of seven FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES.

years from disappearance. 34-87. Italic type indicates points with annotation; roman type, points without.

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Construing contracts according to see
CONTRACTS.

JOINT CREDITORS AND DEBTORS.
Criminal intent generally, see CRIMINAL
LAW.

Joint liability for slander. 34-345 Embezzlement as affected by intent to re

(case p. 336). turn property, see EMBEZZLEMENT. Homicide as affected by, see HOMICIDE. Presumptions and burden of proof as to,

JOINT ESTATES.
see EVIDENCE.
Testator's intent, see WILLS.

Cotenancy, see COTENANCY.
The dash in each citation stands for A.L.R.

JOINT TORT-FEASORS.

See JOINT CREDITORS AND DEBTORS.

Action on.
Presentation of claim to executor or ad.

ministrator before bringing action
founded on judgment. 34-376.

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Equity jurisdiction, see EQUITY.
Estoppel to question, see ESTOPPEL.
Generally, see Courts.
Justice's jurisdiction, see JUSTICE OF THE

PEACE.

- strangers; persons not parties or no

tified. Commercial paper, judgment in action

JUROR. on, as affecting party to the paper who was not a party to the suit. 34152 (case p. 148).

Definition of, see WORDS AND PHRASES. General rule. 34-148, 1425. – as between party and stranger. Note, judgment by maker against payee

JURY. adjusting liability for fraud in obtaining it; effect in suit by transferee.

Communication with jurors during trial, 34–148.

see TRIAL. - as affected by relation to parties. Custody, conduct and deliberation of, see Warrantor in deed as bound by judgment

TRIAL. in action against warrantee for evic- Definitions of juror and jury, see WORDS tion. 34-1425.

AND PHRASES.
Italic type indicates points with annotation; roman type, points without.

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