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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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Pacific States Reports: Extra Annotated, Libro 14

1906 - 2184 páginas
...attack is made, nor attempt to prove any irregularity in the proceedings. As a general rale, Courts will take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction. They take notice who fill the various county offices within their jurisdiction. (Wetherbee v. Dunn,...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the Appellate Court of the State of ..., Volumen48

Indiana. Appellate Court - 1912 - 824 páginas
...ordinary course of business and the common methods by which it is transacted." 7 Ency. Ev. 935. They note "whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." Simpson v. Pittsburg, etc., Glass Co. (1902), 28 Ind. App. 343. See, also, 1 Hogate, Pl. and Pr. §353....
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American and British Claims Arbitration

1913
...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...
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Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, Temas109-112

1915 - 956 páginas
...not in conflict with federal or State legislation, have the force of positive law,"1 and "Courts will take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction,"2 there ought to be no question as to the unqualified right to use gas compressors. However,...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volumen30

North Dakota. Supreme Court, Hiram A. Libby, Robert Milligan Carothers, Robert Dimon Hoskins, Edgar Whittlesey Camp, John McDowell Cochrane, Ames Francis Wilbur, Joseph Coghlan, Edwin James Taylor - 1915 - 752 páginas
...lines of the counties." Subdivision 30 of the same section provides that the courts shall take judicial notice "of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of the courts jurisdiction." Subdivision 49 of the same section provides for like judicial notice "of...
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The Encyclopedic Digest of Alabama Reports: Being a Complete ..., Volumen6

Thomas Johnson Michie - 1915 - 734 páginas
...is the duty of courts judicially to know the general course of the transactions of human life, and whatever ought to be gene-rally known within the limits of their jurisdiction, eg the peculiar nature of lotteries and the mode in which they are carried on. Salmon v. State, 28...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volumen41

Nevada. Supreme Court - 1918 - 620 páginas
...knowledge of the court. The more modern idea is expressed in the language of Mr. Greenleaf when he says: "Courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...known within the limits of their jurisdiction." (1 Greenleaf on Evidence, sec. 6.) Again, that author says : "Courts will also judicially recognize the...
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Legal Definitions: A Collection of Words and Phrases as Applied ..., Volumen2

1920 - 904 páginas
...such fact. Neville v. Kenney, 125 Ala. 149; City of Chicago v. Williams, 254 111. 364, 365. "A court will generally take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of its jurisdiction." See, also, 1 Phillips on Evidence, p. 625; 12 Am. & Eng. Ency. of Law, 151; an exhaustive...
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American Law Reports Annotated, Volumen18

1922 - 1652 páginas
...to the plaintiff, but courts take judicial notice of the general customs and usages of merchants and of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction; and the court concludes: "We think that the system by which nearly all the banks in this country transact...
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The Federal Reporter, Volumen99

1900 - 1030 páginas
...provide adequate, or indeed any, compensation for such results. This is a matter of common knowledge, and "courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." Greenl. Ev. § 6. It furnished the ground upon which the plaintiff in this case asks the court, through...
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