Arrêts de la Cour Suprème, de la Cour de Vice-amirauté, Et de la Cour Des Faillites de L'ile Maurice

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Printed at the printing establishment of the Mauricien, 1875 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 11 - Tous changements et contre-lettres, même revêtus des formes prescrites par l'article précédent, seront sans effet à l'égard des tiers, s'ils n'ont été rédigés à la suite de la minute du contrat de mariage ; et le notaire ne pourra, à peine...
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Page 56 - ... charge of the same nature. It is not unfit if he, who is the guardian of the purity of his own house, has converted it into a brothel, that he should not be allowed to complain of the pollution which he himself has introduced; if he, who has first violated his marriage vow, should be barred of his remedy: the parties may live together, and find sources of mutual forgiveness in the humiliation of mutual guilt.
Page 9 - Inst. tit. 5 [«>•/]: namely, that the agency of a servant is but an instrument; and that any man having authority over the actions of another, who either expressly commands him to do an act, or by the absence of a due care or control, either previously in the choice of his servant, or immediately in the act itself, negligently suffers him to do an injury, shall be responsible for the act of his servant as if it were the act of himself.
Page 57 - Names, nor for omitting to state the Time at which the Offence was committed, in any Case where Time is not of the Essence of the Offence, nor for stating the Time imperfectly, nor for stating the Offence to have been committed on a Day subsequent to the finding of the Indictment or...
Page 54 - ... lorsque, par l'effet d'un nouvel engagement, un nouveau créancier est substitué à l'ancien envers lequel le débiteur se trouve déchargé. 1272. La novalion ne peut s'opérer qu'entre personnes capables de contracter. 1273. La novation ne se présume point ; il faut que la volonté de l'opérer résulte clairement de l'acte.
Page 56 - The doctrine, that this if proved is a valid plea in bar, has its foundation in reason and propriety: it would be hard if a man could complain of the breach of a contract which he has violated; if he could complain of an injury when he is open to a charge of the same nature.
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Page 54 - La délégation par laquelle un débiteur donne au créancier un autre débiteur qui s'oblige envers le créancier n'opère point de novation, si le créancier n'a expressément déclaré qu'il entendait décharger son débiteur qui a fait la délégation.

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