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Hindoo Law: Defence of the Daya Bhaga. Notice of the Case on Prosoono Coomar ... - Page 182
by John Cochrane, Great Britain. Privy Council. Judicial Committee - 1872 - 440 pages
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The Law of Evidence as Administered in England and Applied to India

Joseph Goodeve - Evidence - 1862 - 658 pages
...Sreemntty Soorjeemoney Dosseew. Denobundo Mullick, 6, Moore's EI Appeal Cues, p. 526. in the dispositions which he has made, had regard to that meaning or to...the Will or the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption. " These are, as we think, the principles by which we ought to be guided in determining...
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Vyavasthá-darpana: A Digest of the Hindu Law, as Current in Bengal. With ...

Shama Churun Sircar - Hindu law - 1867 - 1068 pages
...particular disposition a particular effect, it must be assumed that the testator, in the dispositions which he has made, had regard to that meaning or to...the will or the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption. These are, as we think, the principles by which we ought to be guided in determining...
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A Treatise on the Hindoo Law of Inheritance: Comprising the Doctrines of the ...

Standish Grove Grady - Hindu law - 1868 - 493 pages
...particular disposition a particular effect, it must be assumed that the testator in the dispositions he has made had regard to that meaning or to that...the will or the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption. ACCUMULATIONS OP JOINT FAMILY — EIGHT OF WIFE OF CO-SHARER. — A testator by his...
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The Punjab Civil Code (part I) and Selected Acts: With a Commentary

Civil law - 1869 - 715 pages
...particular disposition a particular effect, it must be assumed that the testator in the dispositions which he has made had regard to that meaning or to that effect, unless the language, the will, pr the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption." And further on in the same judgment...
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The Hindu Law: Being a Treatise on the Law Administered ..., Volume 2

Herbert Cowell - Courts - 1871
...be assumed that the testator, in the dispositions which he has made, had regard to that meaning or that effect, unless the language of the will or the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption." Snorjee- In the will before the Council, there was an absolute gift Doun v. of one-fifth...
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Hindoo Law: Defence of the Daya Bhaga. Notice of the Case on Prosoono Coomar ...

John Cochrane, Great Britain. Privy Council. Judicial Committee - Hindu law - 1872 - 440 pages
...disposition a particular effect, it must be assumed that the Testator, in the dispositions which he had made, had regard to that meaning or to that effect,...the Will or the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption." In the present case the Testator has actually given the entire property to the Executors...
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"Les Hospices de Paris Et de Londres.": The Case of Lord Henry Seymour's ...

Sir Richard Wallace, Frederick Waymouth Gibbs - Charities - 1877 - 98 pages
...particular disposition a particular effect, it must be assumed that the testator in the dispositions which he has made had regard to that meaning or to...the will or the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption." (1). There can be no doubt that by the bequest to which I have referred the Administration...
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Lawrance's Bengal Law Reports: Being Decisions of the High Court ..., Volume 4

Law reports, digests, etc - 1883
...particular dis" position a particular effect, it must be assumed that the testator " in the dispositions which he has made had regard to that meaning " or...that effect, unless the language of the will or the surround " ing circumstances displace that assumption." See also Mmsamul Bhubun Moyee Debie v. Earn...
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A Digest of the Hindu Law of Inheritance, Partition, and Adoption ..., Volume 1

1884
...particular effect, it must be assumed that the (a) See above, pp. 178, 181. testator, in the dispositions which he has made, had regard to that meaning or to...the will or the surrounding circumstances displace that assumption."^) Similar principles are laid down in the Tagore case (Z>) in which it is further...
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The Bengal Law Reports of Decisions of the High Court at Fort William Civil ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1884
...particular disposition a particular effect, it must be assumed that the testator, in the dispositions which he has made, had regard to that meaning or to that effect, unless the language of the will or the'surrounding circumstances displace that assumption. These are, as we think, the principles by which...
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