New Index-Digest of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of Florida; Revised and Corrected and Including All the Opinions from Volume One of the Official Reports to Volume Fifty-One, Number Two, of the Southern Reporter, Inclusive

New Index-Digest of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of Florida; Revised and Corrected and Including All the Opinions from Volume One of the Official Reports to Volume Fifty-One, Number Two, of the Southern Reporter, Inclusive

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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. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...rent for the use of streets, a plea that the city was estopped from enforcing such ordinance by a resolution previously passed while the city was under a provisional government held not a good defense. Pensacola v. S. B. T'. Co., 49 Fla. 161 (37 So. 820). A declaration in a suit by a city against a telephone company to recover rent for the use of streets does not need to show that the city had authority to rent the streets nor that the T9111; "'85 reasonable in amount. Pensacola v. S. B. T. Co., 49 Fla. 161 (37 S0. 820). the case. The will of the grantor does not determine such time. M. & W. L. Co. v. Adams, 54 Fla. 550 (45 So. 492). TITLE. After-acquired title, see Deeds, 14; Vendor and Vendee, 4. Equitable jurisdiction over title to land in another state, see Equity, 1. Evidence of title in ejectmerit, see Ejectment, 6. Foreign letters testamentary as evidence of title, see Executors and Administrators, 4. Pleading title in equity proceedings, see Pleading and Practice in Equity, 1. Quieting title, see Equity, 4. Slander of title, see Libel and Slander, 8. Tenant estopped-to deny landlord's title, see Landlord and Tenant, 5. Title under forced sale, see Mortgage Foreclosure, 9. See also Adverse Possession; Bona Fide Purchaser, 5; Cloud on Title; Deceit; Deeds; Estoppel; Executors and Administrators, 2, 9; Forcible Entry and Unlawful Detainer; Guardian and Ward; Internal Improvement Fund; Judicial Sales; Navigable Waters; Spanish Grants; Taxation; Patents. A. court of law will not try the title to land collaterally. Long v. Allen, 2 Fla. 403. The law of trademarks El Modelo 0. M. Co. V. Gm)536 (7 S0. 23). 25 Fla 5 Fla. 472.... h W A p1aint1if_1n treBP"55 must 3 0 that at the nine of the pass he was either the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236844904
  • 9781236844903