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" And these fictions of law, though at first they may startle the student, he will find upon further consideration to be highly beneficial and useful ; especially as this maxim is ever invariably observed, that no fiction shall extend to work an injury;... "
The American Jurist: And Law Magazine - Page 67
1843
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 9

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...student, he will find upon further consideration to be highly beneficial and useful; especially as this maxim is ever invariably observed, that no fiction...inconvenience that might result from the general rule of law. So true it is that in fictiont juris temper tubsistit œquitai." Austin, on the other hand, while correctly...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 87

Tennessee. Supreme Court, William Wilcox Cooke, Joseph Brown Heiskell, Benjamin James Lea, Jere Baxter, George Wesley Pickle, Frank Marian Thompson, Charles Le Sueur Cornelius, Charles Theodore Cates, Roy Hood Beeler - Law reports, digests, etc - 1889
...invented, but for every other it may be contradicted." Cowp., 177. "No fiction," says Sir Wm. Blackstone, "shall extend to work an injury, its proper operation...being to prevent a mischief or remedy an inconvenience which might result from the general rule of law." 3 Comm., 43. To sustain the jurisdiction of the State...
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The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All the Railroad ...

Lawrence Lewis, Adelbert Hamilton, John Houston Merrill, William Mark McKinney, James Manford Kerr, John Crawford Thomson - Railroad law - 1890
...it may be contradicted." Mostyn v. Fabrigas, Cowp. 177. "No fiction," says Sir William Blackstone, "shall extend to work an injury ; its proper operation...inconvenience that might result from the general rule of law." 3 Comm. 43. To sustain the jurisdiction of the state over these bonds for purposes of taxation, we...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England ...

William Blackstone, William Gardiner Hammond - Law - 1890
...as this maxim is ever invariably observed, that fno fiction shall extend to work an injury ;\ it's proper operation being to prevent a mischief, or remedy...inconvenience, that might result from the general rule of law." So true 7it is,' that in fictions juris x 4 Inst. 76. Trye's Jus Fllazar. 101. y Carth. 234. z 4 Inst....
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The Most Material Parts of Blackstone's Commentaries, Reduced to Questions ...

John C. Devereux - Law - 1891 - 392 pages
...liberty to dispute. 23. Are fictions of law beneficial and useful? — 43. Highly so ; especially as this maxim is ever invariably observed, that no fiction...inconvenience, that might result from the general rule of law. So true it is, that in fictione juris semper subsistit cequitas. 24. What is the court of exchequer?...
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Abridgment of Blackstone's Commentaries

William Blackstone, William Cyrus Sprague - Law - 1893 - 533 pages
...^will find upon further consideration to be highly beneficial and useful; ч ' : " especially as this maxim is ever invariably observed, that no fiction...might result from the general rule of '• • law. So true it is, that ┐n ficlione juris triuper subsistÝ! .rtjuitas. In the Vpresent case it gives...
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Appletons' Popular Science Monthly, Volume 52

William Jay Youmans - Science - 1898
...modern and strictly legal aspect, will be discussed hereafter. f " No fiction," says Blackatone, " shall extend to work an injury ; its proper operation...to prevent a mischief, or remedy an inconvenience, which might result from the general rule of law." At any attempt to misapply a fiction, it falls within,...
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Blackstone's Commentaries Abridged

William Blackstone, William Cyrus Sprague - Law - 1899 - 544 pages
...student, he will find upon further consideration to be highly beneficial and useful ; especially as this maxim is ever invariably observed, that no fiction...inconvenience, that might result from the general rule of law. So true it is that in fictione juris semper subsistit aequitas. Tn the present case it gives the suitor...
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The Supreme Court Reporter, Volume 20

Robert Desty - Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...most only a legal fiction; and Blackstone, speaking of legal fic20 SC— 8 tiens, saya, 'This maxim la Invariably observed, that no fiction shall extend...prevent a mischief or remedy an inconvenience that mi<r'it result from the general rule of law.' 3 HI. Com. 43. Now as the state of Illinois, and not...
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A Selection of Cases on the Conflict of Laws, Volume 1

Joseph Henry Beale - Conflict of laws - 1900
...injustice, according to the maxim, in fictione juris semper mjuitas existat. "No fiction," says Blackstone, "shall extend to work an injury ; its proper operation...to prevent a mischief or remedy an inconvenience, which might result from the general rule of law." So Judge Story, referring to the situs of goods and...
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