A Digest of Cases Determined by the Supreme Court of Canada; On Appeal from Dominion, Provincial and Territorial Courts of Canada During the Years 1893-1898

A Digest of Cases Determined by the Supreme Court of Canada; On Appeal from Dominion, Provincial and Territorial Courts of Canada During the Years 1893-1898 : Comprising All Cases Reported in Volumes 22 to 28, Both Inclusive, and Part of

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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. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...the decision of the Court of Appeal, that the note having been given for the mortgage debt, C. could not recover without being prepared, upon payment. to convey to B. the mortgaged lands which he hnd incapacitated himself from doing. H014 also, that by the terms of the dissolution of partnership the relations between A. and B. were changed to those of principal and surety, and it having been found at the trial that C. had notice ot such change his release of the principal. A., discharged B.. the surety, from the liability for the debt. Allison v, McDonald...... xxiil., 635 SCRIPTION or' LANDS---FAI8A Denous'rnA'r1o--VA'rsn Lo'rs--AccnE'r1oN TO L.u'ns--Ar'rEa Acomnsn '1'rr1.n--CoNTRXBUTION TO REDEEM---DlSCHARGE or 1rIOR1.'GAGE---PAROL Evmnxcn T0 ExPLAIN l)EED--ESTOPPEL BY DEED, On the dissolution of the firm of A. & Co. by the retirement of C. D. A., the business was carried on by the remaining partners T. A. and B. A. on the same premises. which were the property of (J. D. A., the continuing partners agreeing to pay OE a. mortgage thereon as one of the old firm's debts. They neglected to pay and the property was sold by the sherifi under n foreclosure decree, when thcy purchased and took a. deed describing the lands as in said mortgage, one side being bounded by " the windings ot the shore" of Sydney Harbour, and including a " water lot," part of which was known as the "Stone ballast heap," in front of the shore lands. They immediately re-mortgaged the lands by the same description adding a. further or alternative descrivtion. and, at the end, the tolluwlng words: --" Also all and singular the water lots and docks in front of the said lots,"----although in fact they...show more

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  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 272g
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  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236854497
  • 9781236854490