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can not be split into several causes of action. Guernsey v. Carver, 60.
ADMINISTRATORS DE BONIS NON.
instructions or not. Rossiter v. Rossiter, 62.
thorizing the agent to do “any and every act” in the principal's name
purpose, and does not constitute such agent a general agent. Id.
erty, by an agent acting under a power of attorney to collect debts, dis-
not bind such principal. Id.
name without authority. Id.
does not make it his note so as to release the agent froin liability thereon.
the principal. Blood v. Goodrich, 121.
der binding a sealed contract executed in his name, where no authority
under seal is produced. Id.
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proper evidence in such case after notice to the adverse party to produce
See OFFICERS, 3, 4.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY.
and remain, to expel any one who abuses the privilege, and to lay hands
on the person to expel him, if necessary. Watrous v. Steel, 648.
not justify an assault to expel him, if the conduct for which the per-
vision that each of the assenting creditors must, within a specified time,
v. Jordan, 280.
ject the property in the hauds of the assignees to the payment of their
obligee, but they do not take them subject to an unknown equity of a
special contract which has been waived by the parties or been substan.
See INFANCY, 2; JUDGMENTS, 20. 21.
into the legal custody of an officer by virtue of, and in pursuance of the
directions contained in, a writ of attachment. Lowry v. Cady, 628.
ceiptor, by other evidence than the attachment itself; the receipt, when
once taken, is the appropriate and proper evidence for that purpose. ld.
AUTREFOIS ACQUIT OR CONVICT.
judgment was ever rendered thereon, is a good plea in bar to a second
indictment for the same offense. State v. Nowell, 458.
murder, will be a good plea in bar to a subsequent indictment for the
BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY.
See ASSIGNMENT; INSOLVENCY.
BONA FIDE PURCHASERS.
money, but that he obtained the legal title before he had notice of the
prior equity. Grimstone v. Carter, 230.
the possessor, and is good constructive notice of those rights. la.
bona fide purchaser within the decisions of the courts of equity, there is
no distinction. Ia.
but that he only has an equitable title to the land, can not rely upon the
v. Leiper, 479.
therewith is presumed to know the fact, whether it has or has not been
material, before they contract. Id.
times, a tract of land from the same person, who holds only the equitable
equities being equal otherwise. Id.
person holding the legal title thereto, takes it discharged of a trust, cre.
filled up, pursuant to his direction given at the time of signing and seal.
ment. Gilbert v. Anthony, 439.
official bond, without redelivery, is not binding upon the parties signing.
Wynne v. Governor, 448.
the existence of commercial relations, is abandoned for every purpose of
See ALIENS; SUCCESSIONS.
ceived for carriage, where there is no agreement or notice limiting his
full value in case of loss. Orange Co. Bank v Brown, 129.
yond a certain amount, unless informed of the value of parcels, and
the owner. Id.
carrier is not liable, whether he has given notice or not. Id.
and not for traveling expenses, is not baggage, and if the carrier is not
informed of its presence, he is not liable for its loss. Id.
sufficient, in such a case, to charge him with knowledge of its value.
ger owning it, and the carrier is liable for its loss. II.
using the same in trade, and participating in the profits springing there.
incurred in that trade. Jones v. Pitcher, 716.
as owners, if they have parted with both possession and control of the