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Abolishing at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

parties agree upon. See, generally, Metc.
& Perk. Dig. h. t.; Marsh. Inst. B. 2; Bac. Abr. Merchant, K; Com. Dig.
Merchant. E 4; 3 Mass. 443; 8 Mass. 340; 4 Binn. 244; 4 Cranch, 328; 3 John.
R. 352 2 Johns. Cas. 250; 1 Binn. 405; 8 Cranch, 41 8; 1 Wheat. 96; 2 Dall.
194. See also this Dict. tit. Respondentia; Vin. Abr. Bottomry Bonds 1 Bouv.
Inst. n. 1246-57.BOUGHT NOTE, contracts. An instrument in writing, given by a broker to the
seller of merchandise, in which it is stated that the goods therein
mentioned have been sold for him. There appears, however, some confusion in
the books, on the subject of these notes sometimes they are called sold
notes. 2 B. & Ald. 144 Blackb. on Sales, 89.
2. This note is signed in the broker's name, as agent of the buyer and
seller; and, if he has not exceeded his authority, the parties are thereby
respectively bound. 1 Bell's Com. (5th ed.) 435; Holt's C. 170; Story on
Agency, Sec. 28; 9 B. & Cr. 78; 17 E. C. L. R. 335; 5 B. & Ad. 521; 1 N. R.
252; 1 Moo. & R. 368; Moo. & M. 43; 22 E. C. L. R. 243; 2 M. & W. 440; Moo.
& M. 43; 6 A. & E. 486; 33 E. C. L. R. 122; 16 East, 62 Gow, R. 74; 1 Camp.
R. 385; 4 Taunt. 209; 7 Ves. 265. Vide Sold Note.BOUND BAILIFFS. Sheriff's officers, who serve writs and make arrests; they
are so called because they are bound to the sheriff for the due execution of
their office. 1 Bl. Com. 345.BOUNDARY, estates. By this term is understood in general, every separation,
natural or artificial, which marks the confines or line of division of two
contiguous estates. 3 Toull. n. 171.
2. Boundary also signifies stones or other materials inserted in the
earth on the confines of two estates.
3. Boundaries are either natural or artificial. A river or other stream
is a natural boundary, and in that case the centre of the stream is the
line. 20 John. R. 91; 12 John. R. 252; 1 Rand. R. 417; 1 Halst. R. 1; 2 N.
H. Rep. 369; 6 Cowen, R. 579; 4 Pick. 268; 3 Randolph's R. 33 4 Mason's R.
349-397.
4. An artificial boundary is one made by man.
5. The description of land, in a deed, by specific boundaries, is
conclusive as to the quantity; and if the quantity be expressed as a part of
the description, it will be inoperative, and it is immaterial whether the
quantity contained within th

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==English==

Verb

abolishing
  • Inter: present participle of » abolish

  • Translation: de » abolishing
    Translation: fr » abolishing
    Translation: la » abolishing
    Translation: hu » abolishing
    Translation: my » abolishing
    Translation: ja » abolishing
    Translation: oc » abolishing
    Translation: pt » abolishing
    Category: simple:abolishing -
    Translation: sv » abolishing
    Translation: vi » abolishing