Michigan Reports: Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of Michigan, Volume 115

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Page 459 - The absolute power of alienation shall not be suspended by any limitation or condition whatever, for a longer period than during the continuance of two lives in being at the creation of the estate, except in the single case mentioned in. the next section.
Page 384 - This company shall not be liable for loss caused directly or indirectly by invasion, insurrection, riot, civil war or commotion, or military or usurped power, or by order of any civil authority...
Page 384 - If a building or any part thereof fall, except as the result of fire, all insurance by this policy on such building or its contents shall immediately cease.
Page 705 - ... any and every kind of duty pertaining to his occupation...
Page 307 - For the purposes of this case, it is sufficient to say that...
Page 154 - Any mortgage that has been or may hereafter be recorded, may be discharged by an entry in the margin of the record thereof, signed by the mortgagee, or his personal representative or assignee, acknowledging the satisfaction of the mortgage, in the presence of the recorder, or his deputy, who shall subscribe the same as a witness; such entry shall have the same effect as a deed of release duly acknowledged and recorded.
Page 555 - ... frontage or benefits, the council shall by resolution, direct the same to be made by the board of assessors, and shall state therein the amount to be assessed, and whether according to frontage or benefits, and describe or designate the lots and premises, or locality constituting the district to be assessed.
Page 458 - The absolute power of alienation is suspended, when there are no persons in being by whom an absolute fee in possession can be conveyed.
Page 503 - The duties and powers of the officers or public agents of the corporation are prescribed by statute or charter, which all persons not only may know, but are bound to know. The opposite doctrine would be fraught with such danger and accompanied with such abuse that it would soon end in the ruin of municipalities, or be legislatively overthrown.
Page 75 - ... contracts are to be construed and Interpreted according to the laws of the state In which they are made, unless, from their tenor, It Is perceived that they were entered into with a view to the laws of some other state.

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