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action Affirmed agreed agreement alleged amount appellant appellant's appellee assignment attorneys attorneys for appellant authority Bank bill building cause charge Chicago Circuit Court claim condition consideration contract Cook County corporation counsel County creditors damages decree deed defendant delivered effect entered entitled evidence execution existence fact filed follows further given Heard held injury instruction interest issue John Judge judgment June jury JUSTICE liability matter ment mortgage motion negligence notice objection opinion original paid parties payment person plaintiff in error plea premises presented presiding proceeding purchase question reason received record recover refused relation rendered respect reversed rule side statement statute street sufficient suit sustained term testified testimony thereof tion track train trial verdict wife witness
Page 564 - suits in equity shall not be sustained in either of the courts of the United States in any case where a plain, adequate, and complete remedy may be had at law.
Page 547 - To constitute an accord and satisfaction, it is necessary that the money should be offered in satisfaction of the claim, and the offer accompanied with such acts and declarations as amount to a condition that, if the money is accepted, it is accepted in satisfaction, and such that the party to whom it is offered is bound to understand therefrom that, if he takes it, he takes it subject to such condition.
Page 534 - The two are really continuous; and there is a sense in which it may be said that the Renaissance was an uninterrupted effort of the middle age, that it was ever taking place.
Page 651 - If the indebtedness of any such company shall at any time exceed the amount of its capital stock, the trustees of such company assenting thereto shall be personally and individually liable for such excess to the creditors of such company.
Page 228 - We say by necessary implication; for it is not sufficient to establish that subsequent laws cover some, or even all, of the cases provided for by it ; for they may be merely affirmative, or cumulative, or auxiliary. But there must be a positive repugnancy between the provisions of the new law and those of the old ; and even then the old law is repealed by implication only pro tanto, to the extent of the repugnancy.
Page 344 - ... in the city of Chicago, in the County of Cook, and State of Illinois...
Page 103 - Upon the filing of any bill to foreclose this mortgage, in any court having jurisdiction thereof, such court may appoint AF Knox, or any proper person, receiver, with power to collect the rents, issues and profits arising out of said premises during the pendency of such foreclosure suit, and until the time to redeem the same from any sale that may be made under any decree foreclosin g this mortgage shall expire; and such rents, issues and profits, when collected, may be applied toward the payment...
Page 363 - servant [is] unlawfully discharged [he] may treat the contract as rescinded and sue on a quantum meruit for services actually rendered, or he may bring his action for damages for breach of contract.
Page 645 - Promissory Note in writing, commonly called a Promissory Note bearing date the day and year last aforesaid, and then and there delivered the said Note to the said Plaintiff, in and by which said Note the said Defendant by the name, style and description of James B.