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" Courts will generally take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction. "
The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers - Página 314
1887
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volumen14

Washington (State). Supreme Court, Eugene Genroy Kreider - 1896 - 800 páginas
...which courts should take judicial notice, closes the discussion with the statement that, " In fine, courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." And the rule as thus announced by this learned author so well accords with common sense that we feel...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen44

1896 - 1148 páginas
...which courts should take Judicial notice, closes the discussion with the statement that, "in fine, courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction"; and the rule as thus announced by this learned author so well accords with common sense that we feel...
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An Exposition of the Principles of Pleading Under the Codes of Civil Procedure

George Lemon Phillips - 1896 - 604 páginas
...Municipal- 211. ity, 7 La. Ann. 495 ; New Orleans « Post, 378. hensire statement of the rule is, that " courts will generally take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction."1 Facts of which the «ourt will take judicial notice are not to be pleaded, issue «an...
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Military Law and Precedents, Volumen1

William Winthrop - 1896 - 844 páginas
...see i Chitty, CL, 231. *See 2 Hawkins, c. 25, s. 100; Stephen, 347-349; i Greenl. Ev. 6 1 Ev. § 6. generally take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." All matters of this description, therefore, do not need to be alleged, or enlarged upon, as facts,...
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The Northwestern Reporter, Volumen65

1896 - 1182 páginas
...abandonment of its easement In the land occupied by such elevator or warehouse. Courts will, as a rule, take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction, and we may well take judicial notice of the fact that the handling and transportation of grain constitute...
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Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of Appeals of the District ..., Volumen6

District of Columbia. Court of Appeals - 1896
...this connection those matters of which courts will take judicial notice may properly be considered. Courts will generally take notice of whatever ought to be generally known or generally ascertainable within the limits of their jurisdiction. Brcnvn v. Piper, 91 US 37; I Greenl....
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in ..., Volumen49,Parte1,Páginas 1-928

Louisiana. Supreme Court - 1898 - 992 páginas
...vacant squares or in the Mississippi river. And observing the rule of law " that courts of justice will generally take notice of whatever ought to be...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction " (Glf. hiv., Sec. 6'), we will take notice of the fact that such a disposition of the case will be...
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The Law of Petroleum and Natural Gas: With Forms

George Bryan - 1898 - 556 páginas
...of all men living in those portions of the country where oil and gas are produced, and courts will take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction.'' Citing 1 Greenl. Ev., Sec. 6. Sec. n8. Geography of the Country. In Mossman vs. Forest, 27 Ind., 233,...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volumen174

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1899 - 868 páginas
...5 and 6, the author enumerates many of these. Further, he adds as a general proposition : "In fine, courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." Brown v. Piper, 91 US 37. While this will undoubtedly be accepted as an accurate statement of the law,...
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United States Courts of Appeals Reports: Cases Adjudged in the ..., Volumen43

1897 - 1016 páginas
...appear to have been transacted or ordered by a court composed of the requisite number of justices. Courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction. In all these and the like cases, where the memory of the judge is at fault, he resorts to such documents...
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