The Code of Georgia

The Code of Georgia

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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. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...mind. The consent of a person incapable to consent, as a. minor, and in some cases a married woman, cannot affect the rights of the husband, parent or guar dian. GENERAL No'rn.--As to justification of unauthorized arrest: 13 Ga., 98. Matters in justification of removal of City Marshal: 25 Ga., 590. As to plea ofjustifieation in slander: 23 Ga., 215; 84/376; 27/378. Plea of 'ustification in ac-tion of trespass: 9 Ga., 297; 18/542. Matters of justification shoul be specially plead: 44 Ga., 199. Specially pleaded: 1 Add. Torts, Q5102, 529. Justification of ofiicer bv his process: Cooley Torts, 459-472; 2 Add. Torts, 960 ct seq., and note on p. 95 of Code. ARTICLE II. or sarrsmcrros.-no HEREIN or TENDER. Sscrrox. 80:56. Tender of damages. 3054. Satisfaction. 'S057. Tender in trover 3055. Compoundlnga felony. ' 3054. (2999.) (2986) Satisfaction of torts. If the tort cornplainedpf does not amount to a crime, the person injured may consent to a satisfaction and settlement thereof; and if it does amount to a crimg, the person injured may agree u on and receive compensation fort e personal in_ury. Any attem t, however, to satisfy the public offense, or to suppress a prosecution t erefor is illegal and vitiates the entire agreement, except in those eases where the law expressly allows of such a settlement. Vitiates the agreement, although the note be for less than the actual damage: 39 Ga., 85. Section referred to and construed: 48 Ga., 361; 50/165; 56/567-568; 62/134. 2 Add. Torts, Q1353; 3 Cooley BL, 15, n, 23. Article 8.--Limitation oi actions. 055. (3000.) (2987) Cornpounding a. felony. If the offense sought;-1491. to e satisfied, or the prosecution sought to be suppressed, amounts toa felony, the agreement itself is an...show more

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  • Paperback | 1040 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 52mm | 1,814g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236966678
  • 9781236966674