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" The market value means the fair value of the property as between one who wants to purchase and one who wants to sell... "
Documents of the Senate of the State of New York - Sivu 89
tekijä(t) New York (State). Legislature. Senate - 1916
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Massachusetts Reports, Nide 119

Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1876
...petitioners excepted. The judge instructed the jury as follows : " The value of the leases is their market value ; ' market value' means the fair value...property, as between one who wants to purchase and ona who wants to sell any article, not what could be obtained for it under peculiar circumstances,...

The Pacific Reporter, Nide 30

1892
...grant a new trial. Upon the trial, the railroad company asked the jury tobe instructed as follows: "The 'market value' means the fair value of the property...one who wants to purchase and one who wants to sell, not what could be obtained for it umiei' peculiar circumstances, when a greater than its fair price...

The Pacific Reporter, Nide 202

1922
...public good. The actual market value at the time the property is taken must be allowed — that is, the fair value of the property as between one who wants to sell, not how much the owner could obtain for it from the power seeking to condemn by reason of the...

Atlantic Reporter, Nide 54

1903
...Portland, our own court quoted with approval from Lawrence v. Boston, 119 Mass. 120, the following: " 'Market value' means the fair value of the property,...one -who wants to purchase and one who wants to sell any article; not what could be obtained for It under peculiar circumstances, when a greater than its...

The Southwestern Reporter, Nide 74

1903
...value" given in Lawrence v. City of Boston, 119 Mass. 120, in substance as follows: The market value Is the fair value of the property, as between one who wants to buy and one who wants to sell, irrespective of peculiar circumstances rendering the property of peculiar...

The Southwestern Reporter, Nide 171

1915
...one who is under no necessity of buying it; in other words, a fair market value means the fair value between one who wants to purchase and one who wants to sell." Plaintiff offered the following instructions, which were refused: " (a) The court says to the jury...

The Northwestern Reporter, Nide 39

1888
...just and full value. The full and fair market value means what the property is worth or will sell for as between one who wants to purchase and one who wants to sell. This is what is understood by the words "market value," what it is worth or what it will sell for in...

The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases in the ...

Lawrence Lewis, Adelbert Hamilton, John Houston Merrill, William Mark McKinney, James Manford Kerr, John Crawford Thomson - 1889
...just and full value. The full and fair market value means what the property is worth or will sell for as between one who wants to purchase and one who wants to sell. This is what is understood by the words " market value" — what it is worth or what it will sell for...

The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Nide 14

John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland - 1890
...building stood by the city, the court instructed the jury as follows: "The value of the leases is their market value. 'Market value' means the fair value...one who wants to purchase and one who wants to sell any article, not what could be obtained for it under peculiar circumstances, when a greater than its...

The Pacific Reporter, Nide 30

1892
...a new trial. Upon the trial, the railroad company eüked the Jury tobe instructed aa follows: "The 'market value' means the fair value of the property as between one who wants to purchase und one who wants to sell, not what could be obtained for it uiidei* peculiar circumstances, when a...




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