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The South Western Reporter - Page 160
1920
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 222

Law reports, digests, etc - 1920
...pertaining to the Injuries of the claimant to the board estop them from resortinss to the courts. TTnder the express provisions of the article quoted, If the...claim* in the courts was intended to be made dependent npon the want of consent or objection of either party to the board's further acting and making 'final...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 239

Law reports, digests, etc - 1922
...appellants duly notified the appellee and the Industrial Accident Board that they were not willing and did not consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of the Board, and that they would institute suit to set aside the final ruling and decision of the court, and this...
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Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

Labor - 1913
...otherwise herein provided, be determined by the Industrial Accident Board. Any interested party who hinery is used, any process of machinery, changing, altering or repairing any art said board on any disputed claim may sue on such claim or may require suit to be brought thereon in...
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Bradbury's Workmen's Compensation and State Insurance Law, Volume 2

Harry Bower Bradbury - Employers' liability - 1914 - 2476 pages
...otherwise herein provided, be determined by the Industrial Accident Board. Any interested party who is not willing, and does not consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of said board on any disputed claims may sue on such claim or may require suit Texas to be brought thereon...
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Bradbury's Workmen's Compensation and State Insurance Law, Volume 1

Harry Bower Bradbury - Employers' liability - 1914 - 2476 pages
...notice thereof by them Texas determined by the Board. Part 2, 5. But any party who is not willing to and does not consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of the Board on any disputed claim, may sue on such claim or may require suit to be brought thereon in some court...
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Workmen's Compensation: Report Upon Operation of State Laws

Commission on Workmen's Compensation Laws (American Federation of Labor and National Civic Federation) - Employers' liability - 1914 - 255 pages
...between the parties shall be determined by the industrial acciflent board. Any interested party who does not consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of such board of any disability claim may sue on such claim, or may require suit to be brought thereon,...
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The Law of Insurance in Texas: A Treatise on Insurance in Texas, Including ...

Frederic Clarke Morse - Insurance law - 1917 - 821 pages
...this act, shall, except as otherwise provided, be determined by the board. Any interested party who is not willing and does, not consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of said board shall within twenty days after the rendition of said final ruling and decision by said board...
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Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. no. 243 ..., Issue 243

1918
...this act, shall, except as otherwise provided, be determined by the board. Any interested party who is not willing and does not consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of said board shall within twenty days after the rendition of said final ruling and decision by said board...
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The Workmen's Compensation Law Journal, Volume 6

William Otis Badger - Courts - 1920
...agree to submit the matters pertaining to injuries of the claimant to the board estop them resorting to the courts. Under the express provisions of the...consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of the board,1' he may sue on the claim ; or if the association is not willing to abide by the decision, it...
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The Workmen's Compensation Law Journal, Volume 8

United States - Law reports, digests, etc - 1921
...following provisions of section 5, pt. 2, of the Workmen's Compensation Act: "Any interested party who is not willing and does not consent to abide by the final ruling and decision of said Board shall within twenty days after the rendition of said final ruling and decision by said Board...
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