Park's Annotated Code of the State of Georgia, 1914; Embracing the Code of 1910 and Amendments and Additions Thereto Made by the General Assembly in 1

Park's Annotated Code of the State of Georgia, 1914; Embracing the Code of 1910 and Amendments and Additions Thereto Made by the General Assembly in 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...to affect written. for value received he transferred and assigned the note with full recourse on himself, payee was estopped from testifying that as matter of fact he was an accommodation i'ndorser only. 20 App. 489 (1) (93 S. E. 115). Intention: Where president of company receiving electric service writes to electric company letter stating that on account of excessive rates his company is compelled to cut out use of motor, such president can not contradict import of letter by testifying to his undisclosed intention in employing the words "excessive rates." 145/484 (2) (89 S. E. 615). "It Is closed," parol to explain. See Meaning. Lease: Where contract leasing coat and hat fixture with spaces for advertising cards was silent as to compensation for allowing fixture to remain if advertising contracts were not secured, evidence of parol agreement and of statements of lessor's agent relative thereto was admissible. 17 App. 419 (2) (87 8. E. 680). Letter: Testimony of one of two defendants that he and other were partners is not inadmissible, because contradictory to statement in letter from witness, which plaintiff had offered in evidence. 141/594 (2) (81 S. E. 866). Meaning: Parol evidence was admissible to explain meaning of term "as early as possible" in contract to deliver automobile sold. 16 App. 470 (1) (85 8. E. 677). Evidence was admissible to show meaning of phrase "it is closed," in real estate broker's contract, entitling him to commission only in case sale was closed. 16 App. 569 (2) (85 8. E. 767). Paragraph of petition reciting that "petitioner shows that customary meaning of the term 'bale of cotton, ' in the cotton trade, is a bale of cotton weighing five hundred pounds," is not subject...show more

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  • Paperback | 464 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 24mm | 821g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236630424
  • 9781236630421