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" property ', as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract ; those which are execuatory, as well as those which are executed. "
Address Delivered Before the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, at ... - Página 27
por Morgan Lewis Martin - 1851 - 48 páginas
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A Tour of Duty in California: Including a Description of the Gold Region ...

Joseph Warren Revere - 1849 - 305 páginas
...have been held equally sacred, though it had not been inserted in the compact." — [4 Peters, 512. " The term property, as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title, inchoate or complete." — [Ibid. " A treaty of cession from one country to another, only passes «uch right as the sovereign,...
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A Full and Arranged Digest of the Decisions in Common Law, Equity ..., Volumen2

Richard Peters - 1860
...although it had not been inserted in the treaty. Soulard et al. v. Tke United Slates, 4 Peters, 511. 3. The term " property," as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title, inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract ; those which are executory, as well as...
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International Law, Or, Rules Regulating the Intercourse of States in Peace ...

Henry Wager Halleck - 1861 - 907 páginas
...protected by the law of nations as much as a strictly legal title. In the words of Chief Justice Marshall, "The term 'property,' as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title, inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights 838 which lie in contract ; those which are executory ; as well...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to the ...

United States. General Land Office - 1870
...although it had not been inserted in the treaty;" and in the same case the principle is enunciated that "the term property, as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title, inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract — those rights which are executory as...
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Treaties and Conventions: Concluded Between the United States of America and ...

United States. Department of State - 1871 - 912 páginas
...although it had not been inserted in the treaty. (Soulard rt al. r. The United States, 4 Peters, 511.) t, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven. • ALBERT GALLATIN. [L. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract ; those which are executory, as well as...
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Treaties and Conventions Concluded Between the United States of America ...

United States - 1873 - 1167 páginas
...although it had not been inserted in tho treaty. (Soulard n/ al. r. The United States, 4 Petera, 511.) The term property, as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title, inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie iu contract ; those which are executory, as well as...
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Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States, Advising ...

United States. Department of Justice - 1902
...contracts to convey lands. Chief Justice Marshall says, in Soulard v. United State* (4 Peters, 511): "The term 'property,' as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract; those which are executory; as well as...
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The Executive Documents

the executive documents printed by order of the senate of the united states for the second session of the forty-fourth congress, 1876 and '77, and the special session of the senate, march, 1877 - 1877
...principle which would have been held equally sacred, though it had not been inserted in the contract. The term "property," as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract; those which are executory as well as...
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Digest of the Published Opinions of the Attorneys-General, and of the ...

John Lambert Cadwalader, United States. Department of State, United States. Department of Justice - 1877 - 268 páginas
...principle which would have been held equally sacred, though it had not been inserted in the contract. .The term "property," as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract ; those which are executory as well as...
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Halleck's International Law: Or, Rules Regulating the Intercourse ..., Volumen2

Henry Wager Halleck - 1878
...protected by the law of nations as much as a strictly legal title. In the words of Chief Justice Marshall, 'the term "property," as applied to lands, comprehends every species of title, inchoate or complete. It is supposed to embrace those rights which lie in contract ; those which are executory ; as well...
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