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Hindoo Law: Defence of the Daya Bhaga. Notice of the Case on Prosoono Coomar ... - Page 337
by John Cochrane, Great Britain. Privy Council. Judicial Committee - 1872 - 440 pages
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Martin's Practice of Conveyancing: With Forms of Assurances, Volume 1

Charles Davidson - Conveyancing - 1844
...circumstances those rules of law which we derive from legal principles and judicial precedents; and, for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency, and...they are not plainly unreasonable and inconvenient (6), to all cases which arise ; and we are not at liberty to reject them, and to abandon all analogy...
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A Popular and Practical Introduction to Law Studies: And to Every Department ...

Samuel Warren - Law - 1845 - 944 pages
...and for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency, and certainty, we must apply these rules, when they are not plainly unreasonable and inconvenient,...arise ; and we are not at liberty to reject them, and abandon all analog}' to them, in those to which they have not hitherto been judicially applied, because...
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Argued and Determined in ..., Volume 19

Arkansas. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1858
...circumstances, those rules of law which we derive from legal principles and judicial precedents; and for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency and...not yet been judicially applied, because we think the rules are not as convenient and reasonable, as we ourselves could have devised. "It appears to...
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The Law Lexicon, Or Dictionary of Jurisprudence: Explaining All the ...

John Jane Smith Wharton - Law - 1848 - 707 pages
...uniformity, consistency, and certainty, we must apply these rules when they are not plainly unreasonable or inconvenient, to all cases which arise ; and we are not at liberty to reject them, and abandon all analogy to them, in those to which they have not hitherto been judicially applied, because...
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Readings Delivered Before the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, in ...

George Bowyer - Ecclesiastical law - 1851 - 198 pages
...circumstances, those rules of law which we derive from legal principles and judicial precedents ; and, for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency and...plainly unreasonable and inconvenient, to all cases that arise ; and we are not at liberty to reject them, and to abandon all analogy to them in those...
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A Selection of Legal Maxims: Classified and Illustrated

Herbert Broom - Legal maxims - 1854 - 607 pages
...circumstances, those rules of law which we derive from legal principles and judicial precedents ; and for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency, and...all analogy to them, in those to which, they have yet not been judicially applied, because we think that the r*1 1 n ru'es are not as convenient and...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 23

Law - 1855
...sake of attaining uniformity, consistency, and certainty, these rules must be applied by the Judges, where they are not plainly unreasonable and inconvenient, to all cases which arise, and the Judges are not at liberty to reject them, and to abandon all analogy to them in those cases to...
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A Practical Treatise on the Power to Sell Land for the Non-payment of Taxes ...

Robert S. Blackwell - Tax-sales - 1864 - 668 pages
...circumstances, those rules of law which we derive from legal principles and judicial precedents ; and, for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency, and...all analogy to them, in those to which they have not been judicially applied, because we think that the rules are not as convenient and reasonable as we...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of ..., Volume 21

Law reports, digests, etc - 1864
...при them, of any of our Judges, or of those ancient text writers to whom we look up as authorities. and inconvenient, to all cases which arise ; and we are not at liberty to reject them aud to abandon all analogy to them, in those to which they have not yet been judicially applied, because...
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A Practical Treatise on the Power to Sell Land for the Non-payment of Taxes ...

Robert S. Blackwell - Tax-sales - 1869 - 684 pages
...circumstances, those rules of law which we derive from legal principles and judicial precedents ; and, for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency, and...all analogy to them, in those to which they have not been judicially applied, because we think that the rules are not as convenient and reasonable as we...
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