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" It is admitted that, provided the name be inserted in such manner as to have the effect of authenticating the instrument, the provision of the act is complied with, and it does not much signify in what part of the instrument the name is to be found. "
Inquiries Into the Contract of Sale of Goods and Merchandise: As Recognized ... - Página 26
de George Joseph Bell - 1845 - 67 páginas
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 3

Great Britain. Court of Chancery, John Herman Merivale - 1819
...the subject matter of the agreement, as to its terms, or as to the time of its completion. Another question is, whether, taking the agreement to be sufficiently...admitted that, provided the name be inserted in such manner as to have the effect of authenticating the instrument, the provision of the act is complied...
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A Compendium of the Law of Evidence

Thomas Peake - 1824 - 642 páginas
...1 Joints. Ch. Rep. 275. S. С. 14 Johns. Rep. 15 Abeel et al v. Radctiff, 13 Do. 297. Provided that the name be inserted in such a manner, as to have the effect to authenticate the instrument, the requisition of the act respecting the signature is complied with...
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Commentaries on American Law, Volume 2

James Kent - 1827
...practice in cases of hurried business. The mark of one unable to write, is a sufficient signature; and it the name be inserted in such a manner as to have the effect of authenticating the instrument, it is immaterial in whdt |>art of it the name be found. 6 Tl.e contract must/ however, be stated with...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 9

Francis Vesey, Great Britain. Court of Chancery - 1844
...agrees, &c.," but never sign it, it may be considered as a sufficient note or memorandum in writing. If the name be inserted in such a manner, as to have the effect of authenticating thfi instrument, it is immaterial in what part of it the name be found. The question will be left to...
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Principles of the Law of Personal Property: Intended for the Use of Students ...

Joshua Williams - 1848 - 218 páginas
...the party of his name in any part of the agreement is a sufficient signing within the statute (b), provided the name be inserted in such a manner as...to have the effect of authenticating the instrument (c); and it is not necessary that both parties should sign the agreement. The whole of the agreement...
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Commentaries on American Law, Volume 2

James Kent - 1848
...unable to write, or even a printed name, under certain circumstances, is a sufficient signature ; and if the name be inserted in such a manner as to have the effect of authenticating the instrument, it is immaterial in what part of it the name be found.d p. 121, 122.) The consideration of the promise...
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The Law of the Contract of Sale

Solomon Atkinson - 1853 - 440 páginas
...presents his compliments " &c., Sir W. Grant said, "the question is whether, taking the instrument to be sufficiently explicit in terms, it has the signature...have the effect of authenticating the instrument, the provision of the Act is complied with, and it does not much signify in what part of the instrument...
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A Practical Treatise on the Law of Contracts Not Under Seal: And Upon the ...

Joseph Chitty - 1855 - 979 páginas
...tubicribed. Ib. It is immaterial in what part of the memorandum the name of the party be found, if it be inserted in such a manner as to have the effect of authenticating the instrument Penniman ». Hartshorn, 13 Maes. 87 ; 2 Kent, (3d ed.) oil : Merritt ». Clason, 12 John. 102, 106....
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Commentaries on American Law, Volumes 1-4

James Kent - 1858
...unable to write, or even a printed name, under certain circumstances, is a sufficient signature ; and if the name be inserted in such a manner as to have the effect of authenticating the instrument, it is immaterial in what part of it the name be found, (d) 2 The contract (a) It seems not to be settled...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Court of Chancery And, on ..., Volume 3

John Potter Stockton - 1860
...although the name appeared only in the body of the instrument. The Master of the Rolls says — " another question is. whether, taking the agreement to be sufficiently...admitted that, provided the name be inserted in such manner as to have the effect of authenticating the instrument, the provision of the act is complied...
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