Northwestern University Law Review Volume 3

Northwestern University 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: ...use of the words in question as words of promissory obligation on the part of the grantee. In a word, only, at most, when the court has all the elements present in Post 1). We-il, or something equally conclusive, is it justified in departing from the primary meaning of the words. If such a case has not been made out, the words must stand as words of condition according to their normal, accepted meaning. Published monthly (except in July. Aumul and September) by the Northwestern Umwrrity Law Pnbluhinq Anocialion Mitchell D. Pollausbee, President Frederic B. Crossley, Secrelary Nathan William MacChesney. Treasurer Ralph R. Hawxhurst. Business Manager 0/ III! Facuhy mm H. Wmmons MITCHELL D. FOLLANSBEE ALBERT M. K/mas ENRY SCHOFIELD Louis M. GREBLBY CHARLES C. HYDE SAMUEL ADAMS HENRY C. HALL CHARLES G. LITTLE Fasoamc B. Caossuzv CHARLES B. ELDER Of the Alumni NATHAN WILLIAM MACCHBSNEY, Chicago C. M. CLAY BUNTAIN, Kanlmkee MAX Munoocx, Slrealor CLAYTON J. BARBER, Springfield RJCHARD L. Boocs, Springfield A. A. STRICKLAND, Benton HOWARD P. Fnsucu, Mt. Carmel D. H. Munoz, Edwardrville Of the Student: ELMER M. Lmssmmu FRANK M. BEATTY Joan L. Gusr OSCAR D. STERN WALTER ARNOLD Amasao WALTER B. WOLF EDITORIAL NOTES HAS CHICAGO THE BEST MUNICIPAL JUSTICE IN THE UNITED STA'rEs?--Ever since people began to reflect on the methods of justice, its ideal has included speed and certainty as chief elements. Ever since reports of law have been recorded in history, the lack of speed and certainty has been a popular complaint. In our own history, from Magna Carta until today, the delay of justice, and therefore the uncertainty of getting one's rights, has disfigured the records of our law. The figures of justice done in September in the Municipal Court more

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 490g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236896351
  • 9781236896353