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" Admissions, whether of law or of fact, which have been acted upon by others, are conclusive against the party making them, in all cases between him and the person whose conduct he has thus influenced. "
The Northeastern Reporter - Σελίδα 95
1902
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Ohio, Τόμος 14

Ohio. Supreme Court - 1873
..."Admissions, which have been acted upon Inj others, are conclusive against the party making them 04] in all cases between him and the person whose conduct he *has thus influenced. It is of no importance whether they were mado in express language to tho person himself, or implied...

United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court, Τόμος 84

United States. Supreme Court - 1874
...allowed to aver anything in contradiction of what he has once solemnly and deliberately admitted.f Admissions which have been acted upon by others are...party making them, in all cases between him and the party whose conduct he has thus influenced.! 2d. Egerton's successive grantees, Hart, Hunt, Clemson,...

The Law of Homestead and Exemptions

John H. Smyth - 1875 - 467 σελίδες
...man, and which were the cause of another's actions, and which were deliberately and knowingly made, are conclusive against the party making them, in all cases between him and her, and the person whose conduct was thus influenced." § 236. The English doctrine in regard to conveyances...

A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, Τόμος 1

Simon Greenleaf - 1876
...administration of justice.3 § 207. Admissions acted upon conclusive. Admissions, whether of law or of fact, which have been acted upon by others, are conclusive...between him and the person whose conduct he has thus influenced.4 It is of no importance whether they were made in express language to the person himself,...

The American Law Register, Τόμος 15

1876
...Howard 182; Funk v. Newcomer, 10 Md. 301; for admissions acted on bit otJiert, whether true or false, are conclusive against the party making them in all cases between him and the party whose conduct he has thus influenced: McClellan et ux. v. Kennedy, 8 343 Md. 230. See also McClellan...

Weekly Notes of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Τόμος 3

1877
...unless a different consideration is proved from the one in writing." (2) Assurances made by a party, which have been acted upon by others, are conclusive against the party making them, and will bar any attempt to establish a claim upon their alleged falsity. An.twtr: "There is nothing...

Tennessee Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ...

John Waller Head - 1879
...WALKER. Knoxville, September, 1858. ESTOPPEL— ADMISSIONS AND DECLARATIONS AS TO LAND BOUNDARIES. Admissions which have been acted upon by others are...and the person whose conduct he has thus influenced. Thus, in ejectment, whero it appeared that many years before the suit the defendant had admitted a...

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee ...

Jere Baxter - 1879
...it appears that the plaintiff at law is insolvent. 2. ESTOPPEL. Admissions which have been acted on by others, are conclusive against the party making...cases between him and the person whose conduct he has influenced, whether they were made by express language to the person himself, or implied, from the...

The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Τόμοι 29-30

1887
...developing the mine. - It is a well-established principle of law that admissions, whether of law or fact, which have been acted upon by others, are conclusive...party making them, in all cases, between him and the party whose conduct he has thus influenced. Kinncy v. Farnawoilli , 17 Conn. 355; 1 Greeul.. Ev. §...

Digest of the Decisions of Law and Practice in the Patent Office from 1869 ...

David Hall Rice, Lepine Cooper Rice - 1880 - 475 σελίδες
...Dec. (1871), 78. 3. The rule of law is old and well settled that admissions whether of law or of fact, which have been acted upon by others, are conclusive against the party making them in all issues between him and the persons whose action his admissions have influenced. Ibid, 80. 4. It makes...




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