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accept according action affirmed agent agreed agreement alleged allowed amount answer appeal application attachment attorney authority bill bond brought cause charge claim Colo complaint conclusion condition consideration contract counsel county court creditors debt decree deed defendant Denver determine dismissed district court duty effect entered entitled error establish et al evidence exceptions execution fact failed filed given granted ground held instructions interest issue judge judgment jurisdiction jury justice land levy lien matter ment mortgage motion necessary notice objection opinion paid party payment performance plaintiff possession presented principal proceedings proof purchase question reason received record reference refused rendered respecting reversed rule secure statute street sufficient suit sustained taken testimony tion town transfer trial trust witness writ
Page 21 - It is indeed the general rule that a policy, and the money to become due under it, belong, the moment it is issued, to the person or persons named in it as the beneficiary or beneficiaries; and that there is no power in the person procuring the insurance, by any act of his, by deed or by will, to transfer to any other person the interest of the person named.
Page 38 - On the return day of the alternative, or the day on which the application of the writ is noticed, or such further day as the court may allow, the party on whom the writ or notice shall have been served, may show cause, by answer, under oath, made in the same manner as an answer to a complaint in a civil action.
Page 38 - If the answer, or answer and reply, raise only questions of law, or put in issue immaterial statements, not affecting the substantial rights of the parties, the court shall proceed to hear, or fix a day for hearing the argument of the case.
Page 457 - Now therefore, the condition of the above obligation is such that if the said shall well and...
Page 325 - Witnesseth, that the said parties of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of twenty-one hundred dollars, to them in hand paid by the said party of the second part...
Page 502 - It does not interfere with the well-established principle, that where the true owner holds out another, or allows him to appear, as the owner of, or as having full power of disposition over the property, and innocent third parties are thus led into dealing with such apparent owner, they will be protected.
Page 420 - Asaph, the motion to set aside the verdict, and to grant a new trial...
Page 503 - ... do not depend upon the actual title or authority of the party with whom they deal directly, but are derived from the act of the real owner, which precludes him from disputing, as against them, the existence of the title or power which, through negligence or mistaken confidence he caused or allowed to appear to be vested in the party making the conveyance.
Page 266 - Newly discovered evidence, material for the party making the application, which he could not, with reasonable diligence, have discovered and produced at the trial; 5.
Page 71 - The moral obligation of a parent to provide for his children is the foundation of this exception, or rather of this rebutter of a presumption ; since it is not only natural, but reasonable in the highest degree, to presume that a parent by purchasing in the name of a child means a benefit for the latter in discharge of this moral obligation, and also as a token of parental affection.