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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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The Federal Reporter, Volumen72

1896 - 1052 páginas
...constitute those charged with the administration of the government, as the sheriffs, clerks, judges, etc. "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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A Treatise on the Law of Oil and Gas, Volúmenes1-7

Walter Lee Summers - 1927 - 890 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." Later in the opinion the court said: "In construing this agreement in the light...
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The Central Law Journal, Volumen14

1882 - 542 páginas
...defined. Grtenlcaf, in his work on Evidence (vol. 1, sec. 6), sums it up in these words : "In fine, courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." In a note thereto, he adds : "There is not much consistency in the cases, and possibly this may result...
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The Central Law Journal, Volumen15

1882 - 578 páginas
...office as such notaiy public has not expired at the time this act becomes a law. Now, '•Courts will take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction and public matters affecting the government of this country." Greenl. Evid. gees. 5, C, and cases cited....
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volumen98

1912
...relations, as seen in Mr. Greenleaf's Treatise on Evidence, voL l, S 4. 'In fine [says he], courts will take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their Jurisdiction.' Section 6, c. 2." In Mitchell v. State, 115 Md. 360-369, 80 Atl. 1020-1023, the law provided for an...
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Miscellaneous Reports. Cases Decided in the Courts of Record of ..., Volumen7

New York (State). Courts - 1894 - 854 páginas
...therefore, be proved. " In tine," says. Chief Judge HUNT in Stdnnertftn v. Columbian Fns. (Jo., 37 NY 174, "courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction ; * * * where the memory of the judge is at fault, he resorts to such documents of reference as may...
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery Argued and Determined in ..., Volumen189

Illinois. Supreme Court - 1901 - 716 páginas
...respect to each other. (See 1 Greenleaf on Evidence, sec. 6.) And the author also says: "In fine, 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...
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Chrostwaite's Pennsylvania Municipal Law Reporter, Volumen4

1913 - 362 páginas
...within our jurisdiction is a matter of which we can take judicial notice. The Court will take judicial notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of its jurisdiction: 1 Greenleaf, sec. 6. Courts may properly take judicial notice of facts that may be...
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The Texas Criminal Reports: Cases Argued and Adjudged in the ..., Volumen69

Texas. Court of Criminal Appeals - 1914 - 774 páginas
...referred to. This court soon after its organization adopted the general rule laid down by Mr. Greenleaf: "Courts will generally take notice of whatever ought...generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." (Moore v. State, 7 Texas Crim. App., 14.) And this has always been the rule in this court and the Supreme...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volumen41

California. Supreme Court - 1906 - 852 páginas
...attack is made, nor attempt to prove any irregularity in the proceedings. As a general rule, 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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