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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 ..., Volumen96

California. Supreme Court - 1906 - 760 páginas
...is established by law. (Code Civ. Proc., sec. 1875, subds. 5, 2.) Courts will usually take judicial notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction. (Brown v. Piper, 91 US 37; 1 Greenl. Ev., 14th ed., sec. 6; Chicago etc. RR Co. v. Warner, 108 I1l....
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Military Law and Precedents

William Winthrop - 2000 - 540 páginas
...example. See post. » Page 48. dilating medium.* ' "In fine," adds Greenleaf," "courts will generally 195 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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Complete Digest of All Lawyers Reports Annotated: From 1 L.R.A. to ..., Volumen4

1922
...commonlv known. Amos v. Moseley, LHA1918C, 482, — Fla. —, 77 So. 619. f. Courts will, in general, take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction. Grimes v. Eddy, 20 LRA 038, 126 Mo. 168, 28 8. W. 75è; Ex parte Butts. 44 LRA(NS-) 629, 69 Tex. Crim....
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Minnesota Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ..., Volumen63

Minnesota. Supreme Court - 1897 - 608 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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The New York Supplement

1894
...not, therefore, be proved. "In fine," says Chief Judge Hunt in Swinnerton v. Insurance Go., 37 NY 174, ''courts will generally take notice of whatever ought to be generally known within (he limits of their jurisdiction; and where the memory of the judge is at fault he may resort to such...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volumen95

1911 - 1198 páginas
...business and the common methods by which it Is transacted." 7 Ericyc. of Evidence, p. 934. They note "whatever ought to be generally known within the limits of their jurisdiction." Simpson v. Pittsburg Glass Co., 28 Ind. App. 352, 62 NB 753; 1 Hogate's Pleading and Practice, f 353....
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