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" When a deed is worded in clear and precise terms — when its meaning is evident and leads to no absurd conclusion — there can be no reason for refusing to admit the meaning which such deed naturally presents. To go elsewhere in search of conjectures,... "
A practical treatise on bills of exchange: checks on bankers, promissory ... - Página cxlviii
de Joseph Chitty - 1821 - 764 páginas
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A practical treatise on bills of exchange, checks on bankers, promisory ...

Joseph Chitty, Joseph Story, Edward Duncan Ingraham, Gentleman of the Philadelphia bar - 1826 - 653 páginas
...admit the meaning which such a deed naturally presents; to go e'eewhere in search of conjecture», in order to restrict or extend it, is but an attempt...useless. It seems that on similar principles, our counts, notwithstanding; their anxiety to give effect to the intentions of the contracting parties,...
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Report and Resolves in Relation to the North-eastern Boundary

Massachusetts. General Court. Joint Committee on Public Lands, Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Joint Committee on Public Lands - 1838 - 76 páginas
...manifest, and leads to nothing absurd, there can be no reason to refuse the sense which this treaty naturally presents. To go elsewhere in search of conjectures, in order to restrain or extinguish it, is to endeavor to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there...
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The Right of the United States of America to the North-eastern Boundary ...

Albert Gallatin - 1840 - 179 páginas
...manifest, and leads to nothing absurd, there can be no reason to refuse the sense which this treaty naturally presents. To go elsewhere in search of conjectures, in order to restrain or extinguish it, is to endeavor to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs - 1850
...refusing to admit the meaning which such deed naturally presents. To go elsewhere in search of conjecture, in order to restrict or extend it, is but an attempt to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there will be no deed which it will not render useless....
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The Law of Nations: Or, Principles of the Law of Nature, Applied to the ...

Emer de Vattel - 1852 - 532 páginas
...refusing to admit the meaning torpret what which such deed naturally presents. To go elsewhere inh8 search of conjectures, in order to restrict or extend it, is but ^ an attempt to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there will be no deed which it will not render useless....
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The Law of Nations: Or, Principles of the Law of Nature Applied to the ...

Emer de Vattel - 1852 - 656 páginas
...admit the meaning terprot what which such deed naturally presents. To go elsewhere in h°s. no nocd search of conjectures, in order to restrict or extend it, is but ' an attempt to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there will be no deed which it will not render useless....
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Documents Relative to Central American Affairs, and the Enlistment Question ...

United States. Department of State, Great Britain. Foreign Office - 1856 - 485 páginas
...maxim of interpretation is, that it is not allowable to interpret what has no need of interpretation. When a deed is worded in clear and precise terms,...restrict or extend it, is but an attempt to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there will be no deed which it will not render useless."...
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Correspondence of the Department of State: Accompanying the Annual Message ...

United States. Department of State - 1856 - 96 páginas
...maxim of interpretation is, that it is not allowable to interpret what has no need of interpretation. When a deed is worded in clear and precise terms,...restrict or extend it, is but an attempt to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there will be no deed which it will not render useless."...
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The Clayton and Bulwer Convention, of the 19th April, 1850: Between the ...

Great Britain - 1856 - 63 páginas
...leads to no absurd conclusion, there can be no reason for refusing to admit the meaning which such dsed naturally presents. To go elsewhere in search of conjectures, in order to restrict or extend it, is hut an attempt to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there will be no deed which...
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Documents relative to Central American affairs, and the enlistment question ...

United States. Dept. of State - 1856 - 485 páginas
...refusing to admit the meaning which such deed naturally presents. To go elsewhere in search of wnjectures in order to restrict or extend it, is but an attempt to elude it. If this dangerous method be once admitted, there will be no deed which it will not render useless."...
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