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" Now, there is but one case,' in which it appears to us that this sort of evidence of intention can properly be admitted, and that is, where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the devise is on the face of it... "
The New South Wales Law Reports, 1880-1900 - Page 391
by New South Wales. Supreme Court - 1898
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REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE COURTS OF EXCHEQUER ...

R. MEESON AND W. N. WELSBY - 1840
...is, where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the dense is on the face of it perfect and intelligible, but,...the two or more things, or which of the two or more persons (each answering the words in the will), the testator intended to express. Thus, if a testator...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence

Law - 1842
...admitted, and that is where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the devise is on the face of it perfect and intelligible,...the two or more things, or which of the two or more persons (each answering the words in the will), the testator intended to express. " Thus if a testator...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

Law - 1842
...admitted, and that is where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the devise is on the face of it perfect and intelligible,...the two or more things, or which of the two or more persons (each answering the words in the will), the testator intended to express. " Thus if a testator...
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A Treatise on the Law of Contracts and Rights and Liabilities Ex Contractu

Charles Greenstreet Addison - Contracts - 1847 - 910 pages
...instrument may also, on the face of it, be perfectly intelligible, and free from all doubt and obscurity, but from some of the circumstances admitted in proof, an ambiguity arises, as to which of two or more things, or which of two or more persons, each answering the words of the writing, the parties...
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Reports of Cases in Law and Equity, Argued and Determined in the ..., Volume 3

Georgia. Supreme Court - Equity - 1848
...and that is, where tho meaning of the testator's words is neither obscure nor ambiguous, and where the devise is on the face of it perfect and intelligible, but from some circumstance admitted in proof, an ambiguity arises as to which of two or more thing,s, or which of...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as Administered in England and ..., Volume 2

John Pitt Taylor - Evidence (Law) - 1848 - 1386 pages
...and that is, where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the devise is on the face of it perfect and intelligible, but, (e) 1 Dru. & War. 368. (f) Shore n. Wilson, 9 Cl. & Fin. 569. See 7 & 8 Viet., c. 45, 2, cited ante,...
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Reports of Cases Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery: Before Sir William ...

Sir Edward Ebenezer Kay, William Page Wood Baron Hatherley - Equity - 1854 - 768 pages
...properly be admitted where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the devise is on the face of it perfect and intelligible;...the two or more things, or which of the two or more persons (each answering the words in the will) the testator intended to express. Thus, if a testator...
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A Selection of Leading Cases on Real Property, Conveyancing, and the ...

Owen Davies Tudor - Real property - 1856 - 887 pages
...admitted, and that is where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the devise is on the face of it perfect and intelligible,...the two or more things, or which of the two or more persons (each answering the words in the will), the testator intended to express. Thus, if a testator...
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Reports of the cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 3

Tennessee. Supreme Court, John Louis Taylor Sneed - Law reports, digests, etc - 1857
...appears to us that this sort of evidence of intention can properly be admitted, and that is, where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous...the two or more things, or which of the two or more persons, (each answering the words in the will) the testator intended to express. See also, 1 Greenleaf's...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as Administered in England and ..., Volume 1

John Pitt Taylor - Evidence (Law) - 1858 - 1675 pages
...and that is, where the meaning of the testator's words is neither ambiguous nor obscure, and where the devise is on the face of it perfect and intelligible,...the two or more things, or which of the two or more persons (each answering the words in the will), the testator intended to express. Thus, if a testator...
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