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" It has never been deemed essential that the entire community or any considerable portion of it should directly enjoy or participate in an improvement or enterprise, in order to constitute a public use, within the true meaning of these words as used in... "
Cornell Law Journal - Página 25
1894
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Annual Report of the State Water Supply Commission of New York, Volume 5

New York (State). Water Supply Commission - 1910
...v. Hudson, 82 Mass, 417-425, 1C Gray 417, that, " In determining whether the use is public, it has never been deemed essential that the entire community...portion of it should directly enjoy or participate in the benefits to be derived from the purpose for which the property is appropriated. It is enough if...
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American Law and Procedure, Volume 12

James Parker Hall, James De Witt Andrews - 1911
...were to be benefited by the taking of private property. But such is not the case here. . . . "It has never been deemed essential that the entire community...meaning of these words as used in the constitution. Such an interpretation would greatly narrow and cripple the authority of the legislature, so as to...
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Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, Volume 114

Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals - 1913
...Railroad Co., 22 Am. Dec. 688. The opinion by Bigelow, CJ, in Talbot v. Hudson, 16 Gray 417, says : "In a broad and comprehensive view, such as has heretofore...construction of this clause of the declaration of rights (private property shall not be taken for public use without due compensation], everything which tends...
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Virginia Appeals: Decisions of the Supreme Court of Appeals of ..., Volume 7

Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals - 1913
...Railroad Co., 22 Am. Dec. 688. The opinion by Eigelow, CJ, in Talbot v. Hudson, 16 Gray 417, says : "In a broad and comprehensive view, such as has heretofore...construction of this clause of the declaration of rights (private property shall not be taken for public use without due compensation) , everything which tends...
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Illustrative Cases on Constitutional Law

James Parker Hall - 1914 - 508 páginas
...advantage arising from the development of the agricultural resources of so extensive a territory. It has never been deemed essential that the entire community...meaning of these words as used in the Constitution. Such an interpretation would greatly narrow and cripple the authority of the legislature, so as to...
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Constitutional Law

James Parker Hall - 1915 - 457 páginas
...were to be benefited by the taking of private property. But such is not the case here. . . . ''It has never been deemed essential that the entire community...meaning of these words as used in the constitution/ Such an interpretation would greatly narrow and cripple the authority of the legislature, so as to...
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Minnesota Reports, Volume 144

Minnesota. Supreme Court - 1920
...directly benefited does not make the use not public. 10 RCL p. 31. "In holding a use to be public, it has never been deemed essential that the entire community,...portion of it, should directly enjoy or participate in the improvement or enterprise." Sisson v. Supervisors, 128 Iowa, 442, 104 NW 454, 70 LRA 440. The notion...
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The Northwestern Reporter, Volume 176

1920
...the use not public. 10 Kul. Case Law, p. 31. "In holding a use to be public, it has never been doomed essential that the entire community, or any considerable portion of it, should directly eiijoy or participate in the improvement or enterprise." Sissou v. Supervisors, 128 Iowa, 442, 104...
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Virginia Appeals: Decisions of the Supreme Court of Appeals of ..., Volume 2

Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals - 1909
...see. 238. But while the uses for which the power is granted must be public uses, it is not necessary that the entire community, or any considerable portion of it, should directly participate in the benefits to be derived from the property taken. "The public use required need not...
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The Southeastern Reporter, Volume 45

1904
...exercised in such cases is thus stated In Talbot v. Hudson, 16 Gray, 417, where It is eaid: "It has never been deemed essential that the entire community,...meaning of these words as used In the Constitution. Such an Interpretation would greatly narrow and cripple the authority of the Legislature, so as to...
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