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" What is implied by law is as strong to bind the parties as if it were under their hand. This is a contract in which the parties are silent as to price, and therefore leave it to the law to ascertain what the commodity contracted for is reasonably worth. "
Inquiries Into the Contract of Sale of Goods and Merchandise: As Recognized ... - Σελίδα 14
των George Joseph Bell - 1845 - 67 σελίδες
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common ..., Τόμος 10

Peregrine Bingham, Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas - 1834
...implied by law is as strong to bind the • parties 1834. HOADLY V. M'l.AlNK. 183*. HOADLT V. M'LAWE. parties as if it were under their hand. This is a...contract in which the parties are silent as to price, an.l therefore leave it to the law to ascertain what the commodity contracted for is reasonably worth....

A Treatise on the Effect of the Contract of Sale: On the Legal Rights of ...

Colin Blackburn Baron Blackburn - 1845 - 352 σελίδες
...The Common Pleas considered the order a sufficient memorandum: Tindal, CJ said, " What is implied by law is as strong to bind the " parties as if it were...the commodity contracted for is reasonably worth." It is to be observed, that in Hoadley v. McLean, there was no attempt to show that a specific price...

A Treatise on the Law of Sales of Personal Property: With Illustrations from ...

William Wetmore Story - 1871 - 667 σελίδες
...is, in law, a contract for what the goods shall be found to be reasonably worth. What is implied by law is as strong to bind the parties, as if it were...the commodity contracted for is reasonably worth." Acebal v. Levy, 10 Bing. 382. the same presumption would always be created by the mere silence of the...

A Treatise on the Statute of Frauds

William Fischer Agnew - 1876 - 572 σελίδες
...the price, it was held that the memorandum was sufficient, Tindal, CJ, saying: "What is implied by law is as strong to bind the parties as if it were under their hand. This is a contract which is silent as to price, and the parties therefore leave it to the law to ascertain what the commodity...

A Treatise of the Law of Damages: Embracing an Elemantary ..., Τόμος 2

Jabez Gridley Sutherland - 1893
...this language being used : " "Wlaat is implied by law is as strong to bind the parties as if it veere under their hand. This is a contract in which the...ascertain what the commodity contracted for is reasonably wort 1.'" Also : " A contract to furnish a cargo at a reasonable price means such a price as the jury...

A Treatise on the Effect of the Contract of Sale on the Legal Rights of ...

Colin Blackburn Baron Blackburn - 1896 - 427 σελίδες
...memorandum : Tindal, CJ, said, " What is implied by "law is as strong to bind the parties as if it wore under their hand. " This is a contract in which the...therefore leave it to the law to ascertain what the commodity*con"tracted for is reasonably worth (fc)." It is to be observed, that in Hoadley v. McLean...

The Canadian Law Times, Τόμος 27

1908
...parties as if it were under their hand. This is a contract in which the parties are silent as to the price, and therefore leave it to the law to ascertain...the commodity contracted for is reasonably worth." Tn Morgan v. Eavey. 6 H. & N. at p. 276, the question of the responsibility of an innkeeper for the...

A Selection of Cases Illustrative of the Law of Contract (based on the ...

Courtney Stanhope Kenny - 1922 - 511 σελίδες
...agreement of price, the law concludes that I contracted to pay their real value." What is implied by law is as strong to bind the parties as if it were...the commodity contracted for is reasonably worth. It has been contended that this would open a door for perjury, and let in the mischief which the Statute...
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A Selection Of Cases on The English Law Of Contract

1886
...specifically mentioned, or left to the determination of the law to set a value on it." What is implied by law is as strong to bind the parties as if it were...the commodity contracted for is reasonably worth. It has been contended, that this would open a door for perjury, and let in the mischief which the statute...
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The Statute of Frauds Section Four in the Light of Its Judicial Interpretation

James Williams - 1932
...implied a term that a reasonable price was to be paid. " What is implied by law", said Tindal, CJ, "is as strong to bind the parties as if it were under their hand. This is a contract which is silent as to price, and the parties therefore leave it to the law to ascertain what the commodity...
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