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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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A New Law Dictionary: Intended for General Use, as Well as for Gentlemen of ...

Richard Burn, John Burn - Law - 2004
...were invented to avoid inconvenience; and it is a maxim invariably obferved, that no fiction fhall extend to work an injury, its proper operation being to prevent a mifchief, or remedy an inconvenience, that might refult from the general rule of law. 3 Black. 43....
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The Constitutionalist: Notes on the First Amendment

George Anastaplo - Law - 2005 - 826 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. [Commentaries on the Laws of England, 3 :43 ] (See ibid., 1:212-13, 2:2, 3:266-68, 350, 390.) See,...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volume 44; Volumes 175-178

United States. Supreme Court, Walter Malins Rose - Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...is at most only a legal fiction; and Blackstone, speaking of le^'ul fictions, says, 'This maxim is invariably observed, that no fiction shall extend...inconvenience that might result from the general rule of law.' 3 Bl. Com. 43. Now a? the state of Illinois, and not Kansas, must furnish the plaintiff with all the...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 100

Law reports, digests, etc - 1917
...be made applicable to any claim excepting one arising in foro consclentlse; for, as Blackstone says: "No fiction shall extend to work an injury, its proper...to prevent a mischief or remedy an inconvenience, which might result from the general rule of law." 3 Black. Com. 43. In Lloyd v. Hough, 1 How. 153,...
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