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merc. law. The act by which a bill of exchange or promissory note is put into circulation by being passed by one of the original... more
contracts. In the civil law, the negotiorum gestor is one who spontaneously, and without authority, undertakes to act for another during his absence, in... more
old Eng. law. A woman who was born a villain, or a bond woman.
ouse of commons; in the house of lords, the words to convey the same idea are nemine dissentiente.
dom. rel. The son of a person s brother or sister. Amb. 514; 1 Jacob s Ch. R. 207.
A grandson. This term is used in making genealogical tables.
insurance. The words "neutral property " in a policy of insurance, have the effect of warranting that the property insured is neutral; that is, that... more
international law. The state of a nation which takes no part between two or more other. nations at war with each other.
Something not known before.
2. To be patented, an invention must be new. When an invention has been described in a printed book... more
NEW AND USEFUL INVENTION.
This phrase is used in tlie act of congress relating to granting patents for inventions.
2. The invention to be patented must not... more
NEW FOR OLD.
A term used in the law of insurance in cases of adjustment of a loss, when it has been but partial. In making such... more
NEW or NOVEL ASSIGNMENT,
hes the true ground of complaint, as being different from that which is covered by the plea. Being in the nature of a new or... more
governor is hereby entrusted with all other powers incident to the office of captain-general and commander-in-chief, and admiral, to be exercised agreeably to the... more
ed to him, the same shall be a law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the legislature, by their adjournment, prevent... more
pleading. All facts alleged in pleading, which go in avoidance of what is before, pleaded, on the opposite side, are called new matter. In other... more
him is clearly gone, so when an infant has made a contract prejudicial to his interest, he may avoid it; and when by lapse... more
e the granting of new trials in Louisiana, will be found in the Code of Practice, art. 557 to 563.
In Louisiana, by a new work is understood every sort of edifice or other work, which is newly commenced on any ground whatever.
"Sect. 25. The legislature, at its first session after the adoption of this constitution, shall provide for the organization of the... more
NEWLY DISCOVERED EVIDENCE.
That evidence which, after diligent search for it, was not discovered until after the trial of a cause.
2. In general a... more