Theologiae moralis, Band 2

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Eugenium Cummiskey, 1842
 

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Seite 69 - ... all actions of account, and upon the case, other than such accounts as concern the trade of merchandise between merchant and merchant their factors or servants, all actions of debt grounded upon any lending or contract without specialty...
Seite 73 - An infant in venire sa mere, or in the mother's womb, is supposed in law to be born for many purposes. It is capable of having a legacy, or a surrender of a copyhold estate, made to it. It may have a guardian assigned to it ; and it is enabled to have an estate limited to its use, and to take afterwards by such limitation, as if it were then actually born.
Seite 49 - A widow shall be endowed of the third part of all the lands whereof her husband was seized of an estate of inheritance, at any time during the marriage.
Seite 83 - All that the law requires of the party by or over whose land a stream passes, is, that he should use the water in a reasonable manner, and so as not to destroy, or render useless, or materially diminish or affect the application of the water by the proprietors above or below on the stream.
Seite 339 - Si peccaverit in te frater tuus, vade et corripe eum inter te et ipsum solum : si te audierit, lucratus eris fratrem tuum.
Seite 1 - the doing good to mankind, in obedience to the will of God, and for the sake of everlasting happiness.
Seite 134 - The second species is facio, ut facias: as, when I agree with a man to do his work for him, if he will do mine for me; or if two persons agree to marry together ; or to do any other positive acts on both sides : or, it may be to forbear on one side in consideration of something done on the other; as, that in consideration A., the tenant, will repair his house, B., the landlord, will not sue him for waste...
Seite 49 - If an estate in land be given to the husband and wife, or a joint purchase be made by them during coverture, they are not properly joint tenants, nor tenants in common, for they are but one person in law, and cannot take by moieties. They are both seised of the entirety, and neither can sell without the consent of the other, and the survivor takes the whole...
Seite 5 - Ad secundum dicendum, quod ille qui quaerit bonum commune multitudinis, ex consequenti etiam quaerit bonum suum propter duo. Primo quidem, quia bonum proprium non potest esse sine bono communi vel familiae, vel civitatis aut regni. Unde et Valerius Maximus dicit de antiquis Romanis, quod « malebant esse pauperes in divite imperio, quam divites in paupere imperio...
Seite 180 - That this statute shall not be construed or expounded to allow the practice of usury in point of religion or co*sc'unce.

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