Commentaries on the Law of Torts: A Philosophic Discussion of the General Principles Underlying Civil Wrongs Ex Delicto, Том 2

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Surface Water Continued
1294
Construction of embankments on streams to protect lands
1298
Percolating waters
1304
Same continuedSpecific usesNatural uses and wants
1311
SamePollution of tidal streams
1320
Right of lateral support
1327
Rights considered in this chapter
1334
700 Care required in removing or repairing partywall
1342
CHAPTER XLIII
1350
others
1355
Due care must be observed to keep tire within bounds
1357
Fraud ex delicto injures what rights 717 When action in tort will lie 718 Same continuedMust cause damage or injury
1361
Instances of fraud present different elements and kinds
1364
Modes of representation
1369
of fraud
1370
Knowledge of falsity 722 KnowledgeIs actual knowledge and intent essential 723 Knowledge of falsity continuedRule when false warranty
1373
made 724 Must be relied upon 725 Right to rely
1378
Right to rely continuedNegligence of the one relying
1380
Right to rely continuedConduct of person deceiving as affecting
1381
False representation must be material
1384
Representation must proximately cause injury 732 Party complaining must be prudent and cautious
1385
Silence Fraudulent concealment
1386
734 Representations as to matters of opinion
1389
Representation as to the law 736 Fraudulent promises
1394
False statements to mercantile agencies
1395
Deception as to title in sale of real estate
1398
Fraud in sales of personalty
1399
Fraud in sales of personaltyPurchase with no intention to payRemedy
1400
Seduction under promise of marriage
1658
upper proprietor may obtain right by prescription 692
1732
Tenant
1736
Trademarks
1737
Trusts See Restraint of TradeContracts Conspiracies
1738
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