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" But the law does not allow a public carrier to abandon altogether his obligations to the public, and to stipulate for exemptions which are unreasonable and improper, amounting to an abnegation of the essential duties of his employment. It being against... "
The Law Times - Página 160
1874
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Southern Law Review and Chart of the Southern Law and Collection ..., Volumen 3

1874
...great severity and injustice. In the case before us, the law, in the absence of special contract, fixes the degree of care and diligence due from the railroad...will relieve the company from the exercise of that cure nnd diligence, or which, in other words, will excuse them for negligence in the performance of...
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The Southern Law Review: And Chart of the Southern Law and ..., Volumen 3

1874
...injustice. In the case before us, the law, in the absence of special contract, fixes the degree »f care and diligence due from the railroad company to the persons carried on it« traîna. A failure to exercise such care and diligence is negligence. It needs no epithet properly...
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Civil Malpractice: a Treatise on Surgical Jurisprudence: With Chapters on ...

Milo Adams McClelland - 1877 - 554 páginas
...must often operate with great severity and injustice. In the case under consideration, the law fixed the degree of care and diligence due from the railroad company to the person carried on its trains ; it was unnecessary to tell the jury whether, in the language of law...
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The Federal Reporter

1905
...modern authorities. * • * In the case before us, the law, In the absence of special contract, fixes the degree of care and diligence due from the railroad...needs no epithet properly and legally to describe it" See, also, Milwaukee, etc., Ry. Co. v. Arms, 91 US 489, 492, 23 L. Ed. 374 ; Purple v. Union Pacific...
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United States Reports: ... and Rules Announced at ...

United States. Supreme Court - 1889
...unreasonable and improper, amounting to an abnegation of the essential duties of his employment. It being against the policy of the law to allow stipulations which will relieve the railroad company from the exercise of care or diligence, or which, in other words, will excuse it for...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volumen 18

1889
...unreasonable and improper, amounting to an abnegation of the essential duties of his employment. It being against the policy of the law to allow stipulations which will relieve the railroad company from the exercise of care or diligence, or which, in other words, will excuse it for...
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A Treatise on the Law of Carriers as Administered in the Courts of the ...

Robert Hutchinson, Floyd Russell Mechem - 1891 - 1090 páginas
...unreasonable and improper, amounting to an abnegation of the essential duties of his employment It being against the policy of the law to allow stipulations which will relieve the railroad company from the exercise of care and diligence, or which, in other words, will excuse it...
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American Railroad and Corporation Reports: Being a Collection of ..., Volumen 7

John Lewis - 1893
...duties of his employment. ^ fl « r *•" 292 LITTLE ROCK & FT. S. Ev. Co. ET AL. v. CRAVENS. " It being against the policy of the law to allow stipulations which will relieve the railroad company from the exercise of care or diligence, or which, in other words, will excuse it for...
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A Treatise on the Law of Monopolies and Industrial Trusts, as Administered ...

Charles Fisk Beach - 1898 - 760 páginas
...unreasonable and improper, amounting to an abnegation of the essential duties of his employment. It being against the policy of the law to allow stipulations which will relieve the railroad company from the exercise of care or diligence, or which, in other words, will excuse it for...
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Cases on Private International Law

John William Dwyer - 1899 - 509 páginas
...unreasonable and improper, amounting to an abnegation of the essential duties of his employment. It being against the policy of the law to allow stipulations which will relieve the railroad company from the exercise of care or diligence, or which, in other words, will excuse it for...
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