A Treatise on the Law of Damages

A Treatise on the Law of Damages

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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. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...and Louisiana. In these states the measure of damages in such cases, is the value of the land at the time of eviction, without regard to the consideration paid therefor, and in some of them in addition thereto, the expenses incurred in defending the eviction suit, including counsel fees." And in Kentucky it was held, that in case of warranty and House, 10 Paige, 158; Grist v. Hodges, 3 Dev. (N. C. L.), 198; Blake v. Burnham, 29Vt., 437; Wade v. Comstock, 11 Ohio St., 71; Adamson v. Rose, 30 Iud., 380; Swafibrd v. Whipple, 3 Iowa, 261; Hall v. Jonathan, 22 Tex., 641, where the general rule was indorsed except in cases of fraud; Sutton v. Page, 4 Tex.. 142; Hanson v. Buckner, 4 Dana (Ky.), 251; Brandt v. Foster, 5 Iowa, 287, where there is a full examination of authorities; Elliott v. Thompson, 4 Humph. (Te1m.), 99; Davis v. Smith, 5 Geo. 274; Burton v. Reeds, 20 Ind., 87; Drew v. Towle, 30 N. H., 531; Foster v. Thompson, 41 Id., 373; Bennett v. Jenkins, 13 Johns., 50; Stout v. Ja/ckson, 2 Rand. (Va.), 132; McClure v. Gamble, 27 Penn. St., 288; Morris v. Roman, 2 Harr. (N. J.), 304; Martin v. Gordon, 24 Ge0., 533, holding that the consideration may be inquired into; Logan v. Moulder, 1 Ark., 313; Richardson v. Kelly, 22 Geo., 62; Coifman v. Huck, 19 Mo., 435; Gridley v. Tucker, 1 Freezn. Ch. (Miss.), 209; Tong v. Mathews, 23 Mo., 437; Threlkeld v. Fitzhue, 2 Leigh. (Va.), 451; Dickson v. Desire, 23 Mo., 151, in which case the purchase money was held to be the measure. no question as to interest being raised. So, in Fletcher v. Button, 6 Barb., 646, the same rule was applied in an action by the purchaser against the vendor for a failure to convey; but interest recoverable, was limited to the period of six years. Nutting v. Herbert, 35...show more

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