The Canada Law Journal, Volume 35

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W.C. Chewett & Company, 1900 - Law
 

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Page 317 - Chambers on the day of , 19 , at the hour of in the noon, to show cause why a writ of Habeas Corpus should not issue directed to...
Page 83 - He is to deliver, as soon afterwards as practicable, as particular an account of the loss as the nature of the case permits...
Page 225 - Nothing in this act contained, nor any proceeding, conviction, or judgment to be had or taken thereon against any person under this act, shall prevent, lessen, or impeach any remedy at law or in equity which any ' party aggrieved by any offence against this act might have had if this act had not been passed...
Page 555 - Probable cause," which will justify a criminal accusation, is defined to be "a reasonable ground of suspicion, supported by circumstances sufficiently strong in themselves to warrant a cautious man in the belief that the person accused is guilty of the offense with which he is charged.
Page 316 - ... and bind all parties concerned, notwithstanding any defect or error committed in or with regard to such roll, or any defect, error or misstatement in the notice required by section 52, or the omission to deliver or transmit such notice...
Page 572 - The question of probable cause is a mixed question of law and of fact. Whether the circumstances alleged to show it probable are true, and existed, is a matter of fact; but whether, supposing them to be true, they amount to a probable cause, is a question of law.
Page 81 - In the event of disagreement as to the amount of loss the same shall, as above provided, be ascertained by two competent and disinterested appraisers, the insured and this company each selecting one, and the two so chosen...
Page 201 - ... .Any change material to the risk, and within the control or knowledge of the assured, shall avoid the policy as to the part affected thereby, unless the change is promptly notified in writing to the company or its local agent...
Page 365 - The compensation for any lands which may be taken without the consent of the owner, shall stand in the stead of such lands...
Page 381 - Whenever any duty ad valorem is imposed on any goods imported into Canada, the value for duty shall be the fair market value thereof, when sold for home consumption, in the principal markets of the country whence and at the time when the same were exported directly to Canada.

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