Columbia Law Review Volume 18

Columbia Law Review Volume 18

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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. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...license as between A and B was revocable by A." Many questions of course arise in setting the precise limits to the legal remedy in cases of this kind, such as the correct measure of damages, whether the act of interference must be accompanied by malice or intention, and the like, but these questions cannot "Exclusive right to defendant's services. Morris 1/. Colman (1812) 18 Ves. Jr. "437; Clarke 1/. Price (1819) 2 Wils. Ch. 157; Lumley 1/. Wagner, supra, footnote 32'; and cases cited in 1 Ames, Cases on Equity Jurisdiction 102 n. 3. Exclusive trade discounts. Dietrichsen 1/. Cabbum (1846) 2 Ph. 52. Right of pre-emptian. Manchester Ship Canal '0. Manchester Race Course Co., supra, footnote 32. Not to carry on a business in competition with plaintifi. Diamond Match Co. 11. Roeber (1887) 106 N. Y. 473, 13 N. E. 419; 1 Ames, Cases on Equity Jurisdiction 124 n. 3. Exclu sive agency. Singer, etc., Co. '0. Union, e!c., Co. (C. C. 1873) 22 Fed. Cas. No. 12,904. arise where the relief sought is an equitable injunction since it-does not attempt to give relief for past wrongs but merely seeks to restrain the defendant from future acts injurious to the plaintiff and it is therefore much simpler to give relief in equity in these cases. In Borough Bill Posting Co. v. Le'z/311" the owner of real estate contracted with the plaintiff to give the plaintiff the exclusive privilege of maintaining a billboard on the defendant's land. Thereafter the defendant revoked the license and contracted to give the same privilege to a third person who threatened to interfere with the plaintiff's exercise of his license. The court restrained both the owner of the land and the defendant to whom he had given the second privilege from the...
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  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 16mm | 540g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236940040
  • 9781236940049