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" The court very wisely hath never laid down any general rule beyond which it will not go, lest other means of avoiding the equity of the court should be found out. "
The Pamphleteer - Seite 164
herausgegeben von - 1816
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A treatise on the principles and practice of the High court of chancery

Henry Maddock - 1820 - 788 Seiten
...Insurance on his Life, was not impeachable. There has long been a struggle in Courts of Equity, with persons who have made it their endeavour to find out schemes to get exorbitant Interest, and evade the Statutes of Usury ; and the Court, it seems, hath never laid down any general rule beyond...
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A Treatise on the Law of Usury ; to which are Added, the Statutes of the ...

Jeremiah W. Blydenburgh - 1844 - 364 Seiten
...exorbitant terms for a loan or forbearance. In Lawley v. Hooper, 3 Atkins, 379, Lord Hardwick said there has been a long struggle between the equity of this court and persons who have made it their endeavor to find out schemes to get exorbitant interest, and to evade the statutes of usury. The court...
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Reports of Decisions in the Supreme Court of the United States ..., Band 11

United States. Supreme Court, Benjamin Robbins Curtis - 1870 - 618 Seiten
...defendants might reassign the annuity to the plaintiff. In giving his opinion, the chancellor said, " there has been a long struggle between the equity of this court and persons who have made it their endeavor to find out schemes to get exorbitant interest, and to evade the statutes of usury. The court...
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THE PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY: A TREATISE ON THE SYSTEM OF JUSTICE ADMINISTERED ...

GEO. TUCKER BISPHAM - 1874 - 610 Seiten
...equitable redress. " The court," said Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, in Lawley v. Hooper,1 decided in 1745, " very wisely hath never laid down any general rule beyond which it will not go, lest other means for avoiding the equity of the court should be found out." 198. Fraud in equity has a wider signification...
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A Treatise on the Specific Performance of Contracts

Sir Edward Fry - 1884 - 868 Seiten
...would contrive." Park's Hist, of Chanc., 508. Lord Hardwick savs, in Lawley v. Hooper, 3 Atk., 278: "The court very wisely hath never laid down any general...rule beyond which it will not go, lest other means for avoiding the equity of the court should be found out." See, nlso, Kennedy v. Kennedy, 3 Ala.'....
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The Principles of Equity: A Treatise on the System of Justice Administered ...

George Tucker Bispham - 1887 - 760 Seiten
...equitable redress. " The court," said Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, in Lawley v. Hooper,1 decided in 1745, " very wisely hath never laid down any general rule beyond which it will not go, least other means for avoiding the equity of the court should be found out." 198 Fraud in equity has...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Band 10

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1890 - 998 Seiten
...c. 73, sec. 11. Fraud is infinite in its varieties and forms; and while, as Lord Hardwicke said, " the court very wisely hath never laid down any general rule beyond which it would not go lest other means of avoiding the equity of the court should be found out" (Lawley v. Hooper,...
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The Principles of Equity: A Treatise on the System of Justice Administered ...

George Tucker Bispham - 1893 - 840 Seiten
...equitable redress. " The court," said Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, in Lawley v. Hooper,1 decided in 1745, " very wisely hath never laid down any general rule beyond which it nsr), 30£\vill not go, least other means for avoiding the equity of the out." 198. Fraud in equity...
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Commentaries on the Law of Trusts and Trustees: As Administered in ..., Band 1

Charles Fisk Beach - 1897 - 1100 Seiten
...Hardwicke on this point has received universal recognition. In his opinion in Lawley v. Hooper, he said: "The court very wisely hath never laid down any general rule beyond which it would not go, lest other means of avoiding the equity of the court should be found out. Therefore,...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the ..., Band 79

Vermont. Supreme Court - 1907 - 626 Seiten
...successful accomplishment of the fraudulent purpose. Lord Hardwick said in Lawley v. Hooper, 3 Atk. 278: "The court very wisely hath never laid down any general...rule beyond which it will not go, lest other means for avoiding the equity of the court should be found out." Again he said, "Fraud is infinite." In Bigelow...
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