Illinois Law Review Volume 3

Illinois Law Review Volume 3

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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. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...and defendant paid in advance three months. After two months the lessor forfeited to plaintiff and plaintiff accepted an assignment of all his right. Now he sues for the extra rent from defendant. Plaintifi accepted the fourth month's rent. Held, (1) that as assignee of lessor plaintiff cannot demand rent paid to assignor; (2) that the acceptance of fourth month's rent was a continuance of lease and a recognition of three months' payment. 8. PEOPLE v. PAUL, Gen. No. 14117. E-vidence--.'/1u.ster'r Report. Held, (1) that a party is not bound absolutely by witnesses called by him, but may correct by proving a state of facts different, by other witnesses; (2) a master's report must be held conclusive of all not objected to at trial. 9. R. R. Co. v. BREWING Co., Gen. No. 14122. Affirmed on a review of the evidence. 10. SMITH v. EIGER, Gen. No. 14096. Mechanics' Liens----Terder--C0.'t.r. The complainant filed a bill to enforce a mechanic's lien. The defendant had sent an architect's certificate which complainant refused on ground that more was due. In answer to the bill, the defendant admits the amount in architect's certificate. The matter was referred to Master who found in favor of defendant, but charged the defendant with his fees because no tender was made. Held, (1) that the refusal of architect's certificate waived tender; (2) that the costs of taking evidence were not called for as to the amount of architect's certificate, as that was admitted by defendant. OPINIONS FILED OCTOBER R, 1908 ll. BLUME v. MANUFACTURING Co., Gen. No. 13975. Fraud---Negotiable Instrumerit.r---Unrecorded Mortgage. The plaintifl' is a holder of a negotiable note, indorsed to him by payee. Fearing that defendant was about...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 490g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236919882
  • 9781236919885