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" It shall be their duty where the laws of the country permit, to take possession of the personal estate left by any citizen of the United States, other than seamen belonging to any ship or vessel who shall die within their consulate; leaving there no legal... "
The American Jurist: And Law Magazine - Page 129
1843
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An Abridgement of the Laws of the United States: Or, A Complete Digest of ...

William Graydon - Law - 1803 - 639 pages
...would in all courts in the United States. It shall be their duty where the laws of the country permit, to take possession of the personal estate left by any citizen of the united states, other than seamen belonging to any ship or vessel who shall die within their consulate ; leaving there...
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A treatise of the law relative to merchant ships and seamen: in four parts ...

Charles Abbott (Baron Tenterden) - Maritime law - 1810 - 656 pages
...States. It shall be their daty, where the laws of tut I .1 r '* APPENDIX. No. XIII. 6H country permit, to take possession of the personal estate, left by any citizen of the United States, other than seamen belonging to any ship or vessel, who shall die within their consulate, leaving there...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 3

Thomas H. Palmer - United States - 1814
...interest of any citizens of the United States. It is their duty, where the laws of the country permit, to take possession of the personal estate left by any citizen of the United States (other than seamen belonging to any ship or vessel who shall die within their consulate), leaving there...
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A selection of all the laws of the United States, now in force, relative to ...

United States - Commercial law - 1814 - 554 pages
...inventorying, selling, and finally settling and paying, or transmitting as aforesaid, the balance due on the personal estate left by any citizen of the United States who shall die within the limits of his consulate five per centum on the gross amount of such estate. For taking into possession...
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A digest of the laws of the United States of America, from March 4th, 1789 ...

Edward Ingersoll, United States - Law - 1821 - 845 pages
...would in all courts in the United States. It shall be their duty, where the laws of the country permit, to take possession of the personal estate left by any citizen of the United States, other than seamen belonging to any ship or vessel, who shall die within their consulates, leaving there...
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Synopsis of Mercantile Laws: With an Appendix: Containing the Most Approved ...

Joshua Montefiore - Commercial law - 1830 - 335 pages
...all also authorized to take proof of deeds. It is their duty, when the laws of the country permit, to take possession of the personal estate left by any citizen of the United States, other than seamen belonging to any vessel, who shall die within their consulates, leaving there no...
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The American Diplomatic Code Embracing a Collection of Treaties and ...

Diplomatic and consular service, American - 1834
...would, in all courts in the United States. It shall be their duty, where the laws of the country permit, to take possession of the personal estate left by any citizen of the United States, other than seamen belonging to any ship or vessel, who shall die within their consulates, leaving there...
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Reports of cases adjudged in the district court of the United States for the ...

Henry Dilworth Gilpin, United States. District Court (Pennsylvania : Eastern District) - Law reports, digests, etc - 1837 - 656 pages
...that the law referred to, of 14th April, 1792, (I Story's Laws, 235,) makes it the duty of consuls to take possession of the personal estate left by...United States, who shall die within their consulates, leaving there no legal representative ; but that no other money or effects, except in the case of a...
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A digest of the laws of the United States: including an abstract of the ...

Thomas Francis Gordon, United States - Commercial law - 1837 - 822 pages
...courts in the United States.(l) See article 126. 460. They shall, where the laws of the country permit, y of land to which other than seamen belonging to any vessel, who shall die within their consulates, leaving there no...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Ecclesiastical Courts at ...

William Calverley Curteis - Ecclesiastical law - 1842
...amongst other things, recited, ' That it shall be their duty, where the laws of the country permit, to take possession of the personal estate left by any citizen of the United States, other than seamen belonging to any ship or vessel, who shall die within their consulate, leaving there...
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