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One who makes a transfer.
The violation of a law.
mar. law. The act of taking the cargo out of one
ship and loading it in another.
2. When this is done from... more
One who makes it his business to buy merchandise or
goods and chattels, and to sell the same for the purpose of making a profit.
TRADITIO BREVIS MANUS.
This term is used in the civil law to
designate the delivery of a thing, by the mere consent of the parties; as, when
Peter holds the... more
contracts, civil law. The act by which a thing is
delivered by one or more persons to one or more others.
2. In... more
Signs, writings or tickets put upon manufactured
goods, to distinguish them from others.
2. It seems at one time to have been thought... more
In its most extensive signification this word includes
all sorts of dealings by way of Bale or exchange. In a more limited sense it
signifies the... more
This word is used differently in different parts of the
United States. In Pennsylvania and some other of the middle states, it
signifies a village or a... more
contracts. That which is given for towing ships in
rivers. Guidon de la Mer, ch. 16; Poth. Des Avaries, n. 147; 2 Chit. Com. Law,
TOUJOURS ET UNCORE PRIST.
Always, and still ready. This is the
name of a plea of tender, as where a man is indebted to another, and he tenders
the amount... more
French law. Tour d~echelle is a right which the
owner of an estate has of placing ladders on his neighbor~s property to
facilitate the reparation of a... more
TOUT TEMPS PRIST,
pleading. These old French words signify
always ready. The name of a plea to an action where the defendant alleges that
he has always been ready... more
A technical expression, importing an utter loss of
the property for the voyage, and no more. 1 T. R. 187. Vide Loss, and 2 Phil.
The whole sum or quantity.
2. In making a tender, it is requisite that the totality of the sum due
should be offered,... more
In so many words.
As often as the thing shall happen.
TOUCH AND STAY
These words are frequently introduced in
policies of insurance, giving the party insured the right to stop and stay at
certain designated points in the course... more
Complete; containing the whole; as the total amount of an
account is all the items of such account added together; total incapacity, is
an absolute and... more
A wrong-doer, one who does wrong; one who commits a
trespass or is guilty of a tort.