Pennsylvania County Court Reports; Containing Cases Decided in the Courts of the Several Counties of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Volume 1

Pennsylvania County Court Reports; Containing Cases Decided in the Courts of the Several Counties of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Volume 1

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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. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...of Assembly. Upon several questions raised in this bill, the case of Fox v. Commissioners, PA. COUNTY Cover Raronrs, Vol. 1, p. 197, is based. Ve refer to it as in many respects expressing the views we are compelled to take of this legislation. VVe cannot discover in the Act of 1885 a clear infringement of the Constitution. The legislature has exercised similar powers without question. It is true they are severe in many respects. The legislature deemed the subject-matter required severity, and if hardship is produced, the appeal is to them. The injunction in this case is dissolved, and rule to continue discharged. Twibill v. Brown. Landlord and tenanb--Unsuitable condrition Qf the tlemised premises--Implied warranty. On a demise there is no implied warranty that the premises are suitable for the purposes for which they are rented. In the absence of actual misrepresentation, it is no defence to an action for rent that the lessor knew and concealed his knowledge, and the tenant did not know a fact which was detrimental to the demised premises. January 2, 1886. Rule for judgment for want of a sufiicient aflidavit of defence. C. P. N0. 1, Philadelphia Co., September Term, 1885, No. 254. Debt on a lease. The statement of plaintifi"s claim filed embraced two items: first, rent from the execution of the lease, February 5, 1885, to September 17, 1885, when the premises were rented to another tenant at a difference of eight dollars per month; second, the loss from September 17, 1885, to the end of the term at eight dollars a mouth. The affidavit of defence set up that defendant had rented the premises as a drinking saloon; that he was unable to do any business, and upon'inquiry in the neighborhood discovered that the premises had been used by...show more

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  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 499g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236767381
  • 9781236767387