The Law of Suretyship and Guaranty: As Administered by Courts of Countries where the Common Law Prevails

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Callaghan, 1905 - Suretyship and guaranty - 1932 pages
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Page 1328 - ... shall be required, before commencing such work, to execute the usual penal bond, with good and sufficient sureties, with the additional obligation that such contractor or contractors shall promptly make payments to all persons supplying him or them with labor and materials in the prosecution of the work provided for in such contract...
Page 1229 - ... a seizure of the goods of A. under color of process against B. is official misconduct in the officer making the seizure; and is a breach of the condition of his official bond, where that is that he will faithfully perform the duties of his office. The reason for this is, that the trespass is not the act of a mere individual, but is perpetrated colore officii.
Page 8575 - ... to be arrested and imprisoned, or bailed, as the case may be, for trial before such court of the United States or territorial court as by this act has cognizance of the offence.
Page 8575 - State where he may be found, and agreeably to the usual mode of process against offenders in such State, and at the expense of the United States, be arrested and imprisoned, or bailed, as the case may be, for trial before such court of the United States as by law has cognizance of the offense.
Page 1439 - ... from and against any and all loss, costs, charges, suits, damages, counsel fees, and expenses of whatever kind or nature, which said guaranty company shall or may for any cause, at any time, sustain or incur or be put to, for or by reason or in consequence of said guaranty company's having executed said bond.
Page 1231 - Acts done virtute officii are where they are within the authority of the officer, but in doing it he exercises that authority improperly, or abuses the confidence which the law reposes in him, whilst acts done colore officii are where they are of such a nature that his office gives him no authority to do them.
Page 1266 - The condition of the bond * * * that the executor 'shall obey all orders of the surrogate touching the administration of the estate...
Page 8554 - No official bond entered into by any officer, nor any bond, recognizance, or written undertaking taken by any officer in the discharge of the duties of his office, shall be void for want of form or substance or recital or condition, nor the principal or surety be discharged...
Page 1247 - In other words, co-executors and co-administrators may act either separately or in conjunction. They are jointly responsible for joint acts, and each is separately answerable for his separate acts and defaults.
Page 1367 - ... conclusive evidence of his right to recover against such sureties ; and the court or judge in vacation may, on motion, upon notice of five days, order judgment to be entered up against them for the amount so recovered, including costs.

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