The Chancery Jurisdiction and Practice; According to the Statutes and Decisions in the State of Illinois, from the Earliest Period to 1875, with Forms and Precedents in Two Volumes Volume 2

The Chancery Jurisdiction and Practice; According to the Statutes and Decisions in the State of Illinois, from the Earliest Period to 1875, with Forms and Precedents in Two Volumes Volume 2

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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. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...further shows unto your honors ihat, heretofore, viz., at the term of this honorable court, begun and holden at, within and for the district of, on thg '1 day of, in the _year, your orator impleaded the said defendant in an action at law, for a violation of the exclusive privilege secured to your orator, by the letters patent aforesaid, by using a machine substantially the same in its construction and mode of operation as the said machine of your orator described in the said letters patent, and thereupon the said defendant having pleaded that he was not guilty in manner and form as your orator has declared against him, and issue being joined thereon, the cause was committed to a jury, who returned their verdict therein upon oath, and found that the said defendant was guilty in manner and form as your orator had declared against him, and assessed damages in the sum of fifty dollars. And afterward, at the same term of the said court, judgment was rendered on the said verdict in favor of your orator for the aforesaid damages and costs. And your orator has requested the said defendant to desist and refrain from further using the said machine, and to acconnt with and pay to your orator the damages sustained by your orator by reason of the unlawful use of the said machine by the said defendant, or the profits made by such use. But now so it is, may it please your honors, that the said defendant has used, and still continues to use, the said machine, without the license of your orator, and in violation of the right secured by the said letters patent, and refuses to account with and pay over to your orator the profits made by such use, all of which is contrary to equity and good conscience. To the end, therefore, that the said defendant may, if...show more

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  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 231g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236878310
  • 9781236878311