The Law of Instructions to Juries in Civil and Criminal Actions; And Approved Forms with References to Analogous Precedents

The Law of Instructions to Juries in Civil and Criminal Actions; And Approved Forms with References to Analogous Precedents

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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. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...is alleged to have been taken from the house of the plaintiff, and the jury should determine this from the evidence; and they are not bound to take the copy of the agreement in respect to the piano introduced in evidence as conclusive upon this point, but should consider the entire evidence in the case; and if the jury believe from the entire evidence that the defendants, B and B, sold said piano to the plaintiff at an agreed price of five hundred and ninety-five dollars, with a discount of forty dollars, to be paid for in monthly installments, andif the jury further believe from the evidence, and from all the circumstances proved in the case, that the plaintifi had fully paid the agreed price to the defendants at the time of the alleged taking of the piano by them; and if the jury further believe from the evidence that the dwelling house of the plaintiff was broken into against the will of the plaintiff and the said piano carried away by the direction W Steele v. Davis, 75 Ind. 197. 9" Hall v. O'.ia.lley, 49 Tex. 71. See this case for an instruction '-W Fisher v. Hamilton, 49 Ind. 349. held proper as to the justice of the peace who was made a codefend--ant. or connivance of the defendants, the jury should find for the. plaintiff and against the defendants, or such of them as it is shown by the evidence, participated, aided and encouraged in the commission of the acts complained of.' 510. Landlord seizing tenant's property.--(1) If you believe from the evidence that the plaintiff, O, was removing, was about to remove, or had within thirty days before the issuance of the said attachment removed any of his effects from the leased premises (whether with a fraudulent purpose or not, or whether any rent was then due or...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236757173
  • 9781236757173