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LsisU1iY, G. (but not excel-ding the gross amount of the unsecured liabilities)—
viz., £1 on the first £100 or fraction of £100, and 5s. on each £25 or fraction of £25
above £100 u to £5,000, and 2s. 6d. on each £25 or fraction of £25 above that ...
And, in addition, where the order is in force for a longer period than fourteen days
, for every seven days, after the first fourteen, and for every fraction of seven days
. . . . . For each notice by an ofiioial receiver to a creditor of a first or any other ...
The questionwhether the first covenant impliedviz, that the grantor has power to
o0nvey—had. any legal effect other than that of the statutory form was left open.
The second implied covenant, the effect of which is that if default is made in ...
Afterwards the plaintifi, through another broker (the first broker's authority having
been terminated) effected a policy of insurance, lost or not lost, which was
underwritten by the defendant. The ship had, in fact, been lost some time before
Two cases recently decided ought to bring home to directors the danger they run
in not following carefully the transactions of the company, and entering into the
details of each one as though it related to their own private business. The first is ...
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