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" Now, an implied warranty, or, as it is called, a covenant in law, as distinguished from an express contract or express warranty, really is in all cases founded on the presumed intention of the parties, and upon reason. The implication which the law draws... "
The Irish Reports - Page 459
1904
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 20

Electronic journals - 1907
...warranty, really is in all cases founded on the presumed intention of the parties and upon reason. The implication which the law draws from what must...and I believe if one were to take all the cases, and they are many, of implied warranties or covenants in law, it will be found that in all of them the...
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The Weekly Reporter, Volume 40

Law reports, digests, etc - 1892
...cases founded on the presumed intention of the parties and upon reason. The implication which the lav.- draws from what must obviously have been the intention...such a failure of consideration as cannot have been irithin the contemplation of either side ; and I believe if one were to take all the cases, and they...
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A Commentary on the Sale of Goods Act, 1893: With Illustrative Cases and ...

Walter Charles Alan Ker, Arthur Beilby Pearson - Sales - 1894 - 380 pages
...warranty, really is, in all cases, founded upon the presumed intention of the parties and upon reason. The implication which the law draws from what must...intention of the parties, the law draws with the object of yiviny efficacy to the transaction, and preventiny such a failure of consideration as cannot have been...
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Contract-Crops

John Mews - Law reports, digests, etc - 1898
...founded on the presumed intention of the parties, and upon reason. The implication which the lawdraws from what must obviously have been the intention of...; and I believe if one were to take all the cases of implied warranties or covenants in law, it will be found that in all of them the law is raising...
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The Commonwealth Law Reports: Cases Determined in the High Court ..., Volume 4

Australia. High Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1907
...upon reason. The impli- BOWDEN cation which the law draws from what must obvionsly have been °Lmi ° the intention of the parties, the law draws with the object of . "• ' J LITTLE. criving efficacy to the transaction and preventing such a failure of consideration...
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Cardinal Rules of Legal Interpretation

Law - 1908 - 674 pages
...warranty, reallj is in all cases founded on the presumed intention of the parties, and upon reason. The implication which the law draws from what must...and I believe if one were to take all the cases, and they are many, of implied warranties or covenants in law, it will be found that in all of them the...
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American Law Reports Annotated, Volume 13

Law reports, digests, etc - 1921
...though called a bill of lading, which did not afford that protection to the Bank of Commerce would cause 'such a failure of consideration as cannot have been within the contemplation of either side.' The Moorcock (1889) LR 14 Prob. Div. 64, at p. 68, 58 LJ Prob. NS 73, 60 LTNS 654, 37 Week. Rep. 439,...
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American Law Reports Annotated, Volume 13

Law reports, digests, etc - 1921
...though called a bill of lading, which did not afford that protection to the Bank of Commerce would cause 'such a failure of consideration as cannot have been within the contemplation of either side.' The Moorcock (1889) LR 14 Prob. Div. 64, at p. 68, 58 LJ Prob. NS 73, 60 LTNS 654, 37 Week. Rep. 439,...
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Canadian Railway and Transport Cases, Volume 12

Railroad law - 1911
...warranty, really is in all cases founded on the presumed intention of the parties, and upon reason. The implication which the law draws from what must...I believe, if one were to take all the cases, and they are many, of implied warranties or covenants in law, it will be found that in all of them the...
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Southern Reporter, Volume 80

Law reports, digests, etc - 1919
...warranty, really is in all cases founded on the presumed intention of the parties and upon reason. The implication which the law draws from what must...preventing such a failure of consideration as cannot have bren within the contemplation of either side. In business transactions what the law desires to effect...
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