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" But when such structure is permanent in its character, and its construction and continuance are not necessarily injurious, but may or may not be so, the injury to be compensated in a suit is only the damage which has happened, and there may be as many... "
Arkansas Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ... - Página 240
por Arkansas. Supreme Court - 1889
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A Treatise on the Law of Judgments: Including All Final Determinations of ...

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1873 - 540 páginas
...of a permanent character, but may, or may not be, injurious, or may, or may not be, continued, there the injury, to be compensated in a suit, is only the damage that has happened. Thus the individual who manages the water he uses for mills, so as to wash away...
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A Treatise on the Law of Waters: Including Riparian Rights, and Public and ...

John Melville Gould - 1883 - 870 páginas
...necessarily of a permanent character, but may or may not be injurious, or may or may not be continued, there the injury to be compensated in a suit is only the damage that has happened. Thus the individual who so manages the water he uses for his mills as to wash away...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen109

1910
...the construction of the nuisance. * * * But, when such structure is permanent in its character, and its construction and continuance are not necessarily...successive recoveries as there are successive Injuries." In Railway Company v. Cook, 57 Ark. 387, 21 SW 10GG, the court said: "If all damages that may ever result...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen190

1920
...622; Railway Co. v. Chapman, 39 Ark. 463. But when such structure is permanent in its character, and its construction and continuance are not necessarily...only the damage which has happened; and there may be is many successive recoveries as there are successive injuries. In such case the statute of limitations...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volumen55

1886
...necessarily of a permanent character, but may or may not be injurious, or may or may not be continued, there the injury to be compensated in a suit is only the damage that has happened. Thus, the individual who so manages the water he uses for his mills as to wash away...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volumen12

1890
...622; Railway Co. v. Chapman, 39 Ark. 463. But when such structure is permanent in its character, and its construction and continuance are not necessarily...injuries. In such case the statute of limitations begins to run from the happening of the injury complained of. Roberts v. Read, 16 East, 215; 2 Greenl,...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volumen238

1922
...run upon the construction of the nuisance. But when the structure is permanent in its character, and Its construction and continuance are not necessarily...successive recoveries as there are successive injuries, and hence limitation would not begin to run against actions for damages until the injury out of which...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volumen163

1914
...structurel while permanent in its character, may or may not be injurious, the injury to be compensated is only the damage which has happened, and there may...successive recoveries as there are successive injuries, and hence limitations do not begin to run, against actions for damages to the health of persons who...
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Arkansas Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ...

Arkansas. Supreme Court - 1906
...ceases, the statute of limitations begins to run from the time the damage is done, and not before ; and there may be as many successive recoveries as there are successive injuries, and the statute of limitation runs from the time each of such injuries occurs. Under a different rule...
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Arkansas Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ...

Arkansas. Supreme Court - 1907
...ceases, the statute of limitations begins to run from the time the damage is done, and not before; and there may be as many successive recoveries as there are successive injuries, and the statute of limitation runs from the time each of such injuries occurs." This is the rule here....
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