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" ... 2. If the property has not been resold in the manner prescribed by section three thousand and forty-nine, the excess, if any, of the amount due from the buyer, under the contract, over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of... "
Reports of Cases Determined in the District Courts of Appeal of the State of ... - Página 143
1924
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Journal: Appendix. Reports, Volumen2

California. Legislature - 1899
...forty-nine, the excess, if any, of the amount due from the buyer, under the contract, over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of...the carriage thereof if the buyer had accepted it. Breach of warranty of title to personal property. SEC. 3312. The detriment caused by the breach of...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen84

1906
...under the contract over the value, to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of the expense properly incurred in carrying the property to market...the carriage thereof if the buyer had accepted it. [Ed. Note. — For cases in point, see vol. 43, Cent. Dig. Sales, §§ 1098-1102.] 4. COMPROMISE AND...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen84

1906
...value, to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of the expense properly incurred in carrying ihe property to market over those which would have been...the carriage thereof if the buyer had accepted it. [Ed. Note. — For cases in point, see vol. 43, Cent. Dig. Sales, §§ 1093-1102.] 4. COMPROMISE AND...
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The Northwestern Reporter, Volumen128

1911
...section 2151, the excess, if any of the amount due from the buyer under the contract over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of...the carriage thereof if the buyer had accepted it" No evidence was offered by plaintiff and appellant as to damages recoverable under subdivision 2, §...
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Adjudicated Forms of Pleading and Practice: With Annotations and ..., Volumen2

John George Jury - 1911 - 2133 páginas
...forty-nine, the excess, if any, of the amount due from the buyer, under the contract, over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of...the carriage thereof, if the buyer had accepted it. (Kerr's Cyc. Civ. Code.) The following statutes treat of the same subject as the foregoing. Where the...
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Code of Law, Practice and Forms: For Justices' and Other Inferior ..., Volumen2

Curtis Hillyer - 1912 - 1932 páginas
...prescribed by law, the excess, if any, of the amount due from the buyer, under the contract, over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of...for the carriage thereof, if the buyer had accepted it.1 i Kerr's Cye. Civ. Code, sec. 3311. § 4237. Breach of Warranty of Title to Personal Property....
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Code of Law, Practice and Forms: For Justices' and Other Inferior ..., Volumen1

Curtis Hillyer - 1912 - 1932 páginas
...plaintiff is and was on said last-mentioned date dollars and the excess of the expenses of carrying said property to market over those which would have been incurred for the carriage thereof if the defendant had accepted them is the sum of dollars. V. That by reason of the premises plaintiff has...
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California Unreported Cases: Being Those Determined in the Supreme Court and ...

California. Supreme Court - 1913
...forty-nine, the excess, if any, of the amount due from the buyer, under the contract, over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of...carriage thereof if the buyer had accepted it." There was evidence tending to show that many thousands of boxes of oranges were refused by defendant after...
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Reports of cases determined in the district courts, Volumen29

1916
...this case], the excess, if any, of the amount due from the buyer, under the contract, over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of...the carriage thereof, if the buyer had accepted it." (Civ. Code, sec. 3311.) Clearly, the title to the property involved in the present case was not vested...
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American Annotated Cases

1916
...section 2151, the excess, if any, of the amount due from the buyer, under the contract, over the value to the seller, together with the excess, if any, of...the carriage thereof, if the buyer had accepted it." Appellants, relying upon the decisions of this court in the Dowagiac-White Rock Cases, supra, contend...
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