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" This principle does not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that which is in writing, but it goes upon the idea that the writing offered in evidence was not the instrument of the party whose name is signed to it ; that it was procured under such... "
Arkansas Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ... - Página 16
por Arkansas. Supreme Court - 1889
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Albany Law Journal, Volumen7

1873
...evidence is admitted not to vary or contradict that which is written, but to show that the writing is not the instrument of the party whose name is signed to it, and that it was procured under such circumstances by the other side as estops that side from using...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volumen1

1871
...and they seem to us founded in reason and justice, and meet our entire approval. This principle does not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that...it or relying on its contents — not that it may bo contradicted by oral testimony, but that it may be shown by such testimony that it cannot be lawfully...
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The American Law Register, Volumen11;Volumen20

1872
...and they seem to us founded in reason and justice, and meet our entire approval. This principle does not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that...or relying on its contents — not that it may be contradicted by oral testimony, but that it mav be shown by such testimony that it cannot be lawfully...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the ..., Volumen80

United States. Supreme Court - 1872
...and they seem to us founded in reason and justice, and meet our entire approval. This principle does not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that...writing, but it goes upon the idea that the writing ottered in evidence was not the instrument of the party whose mime is signed to it; that it was procured...
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The Law of Life Insurance with a Chapter on Accident Insurance

George Bliss - 1874 - 793 páginas
...and they seem to us founded in reason and justice, and meet our entire approval. This principle does not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that...or relying on its contents — not that it may be contradicted by oral testimony, but that it may be shown by such testimony that it cannot be lawfully...
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City Court Reports: Containing Decisions of the Marine Court of ..., Volumen1

New York (State). Marine Court (New York), Daniel T. Robertson, Edward Jacobs - 1883
...by parol evidence ;" and further on the court says: "The principle does Bull's Head Bank c. Koehler. not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that which is in writing." Easterly v. Barber (66 NY 433), merely reaffirms what was held in Barry ». Eansom (12 NY 462), that...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen108

1910
...Llewelyn, 122 Cal. 199 [54 Рас. 734]. The receipt of such testimony is not to vary or contradict the writing, 'but it goes upon the idea that the writing...it or relying on its contents; not that it may be contradicted by oral testimony, but that it may be shown by such testimony that it cannot be lawfully...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen7

1885
...exceptions are sometimes recognized in insurance cases. But it is said that even then the courts do "not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that which is in writing; that the reception of this kind of proof rests upon the idea that the writing offered in evidence was...
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Commentaries on the Law of Estoppel and Res Judicata, Volumen2

Henry Morrison Herman - 1886 - 1646 páginas
...and they seem to us founded in reason and justice, and meet our entire approval. This principle does not admit oral testimony to vary or contradict that...it or relying on its contents ; not that it may be contradicted by oral testimony, but that it may be shown by such testimony that it cannot be lawfully...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volumen104

1907
...Introduction of parol testimony to vary the writing, It is said the doctrine goes upon the idea the writing in evidence was not the Instrument of the party whose name Is signed to It, and that It was procured under such circumstances as to estop the Insurer from using it or relying...
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