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" ... notice, expiring with the first three years, was not sufficient for that purpose; Lord Kenyon, CJ observing, that it had frequently been said, and common sense seemed to justify it, that conditions were to be construed to be either precedent or subsequent,... "
A Compendium and Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts - Σελίδα 352
των Massachusetts, William Charles White - 1811
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