Annotated Civil Statutes of the State of Texas; Containing the General Civil Statutes of the Twentieth Legislature (Special Session) and of the Twenty-First, Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third Legislatures (General and Special), with Notes to

Annotated Civil Statutes of the State of Texas; Containing the General Civil Statutes of the Twentieth Legislature (Special Session) and of the Twenty-First, Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third Legislatures (General and Special), with Notes to

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ... of its business for the year ending December 31 preceding. (Act April 3, July 6, 1889, 21st Leg., p. 98.)_. 2. Schedule of fees.-Every such company or association shall pay to the commissioner of insurance, for the use of the state, the following fees: For filing copy of its charter, twenty-five dollars; for filing statement preliminary to admission, twenty dollars; for filing each annual statement after admission, twenty dollars; for_ license to company or association, one dollar. 3. Exception as t0_ mutual benefit ass0ciati0ns.---The provisions of this act shall in no wise apply to mutual benefit organizations doing business in this state through lodges or councils, such as the order of Chosen Friends, Knights of Honor, or kindred organizations. Am. 2970. General rules applicable to policies. If the insured wishes a policy that will place liability on the insurer, he B11151? so contract. Insurance Co. v. Easton, 73 T. 167. The holder of a policy of insurance, who has an opportunity to inspect it before he accepts it, is chargeable with knowledge of its contents, in the abscnfifl of fraud, .misrepresentation or concealment. A plea which seeks to avoid the efl'ect of a restriction in a policy on the authority of the insurance comp8Hy'5 agent, upon the ground that the policy was cunningly and ingeniously devised' and the restriction was so hidden away in masses of fine print that they were illegible and unintelligible, and was designed to defraud, is bad on special excel)' tion. Morrison v. Insurance Co., 6!) T. 353. Acontract may be consummated by letter deposited in the postofi'ice;, fl"d when an offer is made contemplating an acceptance in this manner, and a letter BCCBPUTIE is properly mailed, the...show more

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  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 23mm | 794g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236968859
  • 9781236968852