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" To whom, or for what loss, are they to make satisfaction ? Why, to the person insured, and for the loss he may have sustained ; for it cannot properly be called insuring the thing, for there is no possibility of doing it, and therefore must mean, insuring... "
Tiffany's Special Agent's and Adjusters' Assistant: Containing Numerous ... - Σελίδα 33
των Henry Stanton Tiffany - 1887 - 437 σελίδες
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The Law of Fire and Life Insurance

George Beaumont - 1833 - 110 σελίδες
...assignability, appears far from conclusive: " The society are to make satisfaction in case of any los* by fire. To whom or for what loss are they to make...therefore must mean insuring the person from damage." This argument would be against the assignability of all warranties. It is quite clear indeed that it...

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of King's Bench and in ...

George Okill Stuart - 1834 - 631 σελίδες
...PEDDIE THE QUFDEC FIRB ASSURANCE CUHI'AXY. FEDDIE v. THE Qi EBEC FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. sustained. It cannot properly be called insuring the thing, for...there is no possibility of doing it, and therefore it must mean insuring the person from damages. ' The writers upon our own law have scarcely touched...

The Law of Fire and Life Insurance: With the Latest Decisions, and an ...

George Duckett Barber - 1846 - 90 σελίδες
...case of Sadcoek v. Sadler's Company, on the point of assignability, appears far from conclusive: " The society are to make satisfaction in case of any...therefore must mean insuring the person from damage." This argument would be against the assignability of all warranties. It is quite clear indeed that it...

The Law of Life and Fire Insurances: With an Appendix of Comparative Tables ...

George Morley Dowdeswell - 1846 - 153 σελίδες
...Park, 978, 8th Ed. ; 2 Marshall, 803; Ellis, 72. (d) Sadlers' Company t,. Badcock, 2 Atk. 554. (1745) person insured and for the loss he may have sustained...therefore must, mean insuring the person from damage." For this reason he held that the landlord was not entitled to take advantage of an insurance effected...

Cases in equity argued and determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina

James Iredell, North Carolina. Supreme Court - 1852
...is almost constantly inserted, and if not inserted you cannot recover, unless you prove a property. To whom or for what loss are they to make satisfaction...therefore, must mean insuring the person from damage. The insurers have an option by the terms of the policy to pay or rebuild, and this most manifestly...

A treatise on the law of fire and life insurance: with an appendix ...

Joseph Kinnicut Angell - 1855 - 644 σελίδες
...incorporated themselves, the society are to make satisfaction in case of any loss by fire. To whom and for what loss, are they to make satisfaction ? Why...therefore must mean insuring the person from damage." Lord Chancellor King also, previously, (in 1721,) in Lynch v. Dalzell,1 held an insurance against fire,...

A Treatise on Maritime Law: Including the Law of Shipping; the Law ..., Τόμος 2

Theophilus Parsons - 1859
...however, raises a very different question. The contract of insurance is strictly a personal one. " It cannot properly be called insuring the thing, for there is no possibility of doing it, and it therefore must mean insuring the person from damage." Per Lord llardwicke, in Sadler's Co. v. Badeock,...

Reports of Decisions in the Supreme Court of the United States ..., Τόμος 14

Benjamin Robbins Curtis - 1864
...interest in the premises. Upon that occasion Lord Hardwicke said : '' I am of opinion [that] the assured should have an interest or property at the time of...language of Lord King, already stated, in Lynch v. Dalzell. The authority of these cases was fully Carpenter v. The Providence Washington Insurance Co....

The Law of Fire Insurance

Charles John Bunyon - 1867 - 291 σελίδες
...cannot recover, unless you prove " a property. By the first clause of the deed of their in" corporation, the Society are to make satisfaction in case '' of...doing it, and therefore must mean insuring the person (a) Saddleri Co. v. Badcocl1, 2 Atk. 654. " from damage. By the terms of the policy the defendants...

Hand-book of Adjustment of Loss Or Damage by Fire: For the Use of Fire ...

Jeremiah Griswold - 1868 - 105 σελίδες
...speaking upon this point observes, ".To whom or for what loss arc they (The Hand-in- Hand Fire Office) to make satisfaction ? Why, to the person insured,...therefore must mean insuring the person from damage." It is a contract which, though executed by only one of the parties to it, yet by its acceptance and...




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