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" Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and all intermeddling with it, beyond the extent of the authority conferred, in case a limited authority has been given, with intent so to apply and dispose of it as to alter its condition or interfere with... "
Columbia Law Times - Sivu 148
1890
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The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest ..., Nide 23

Isaac Grant Thompson - 1878
...in reference to the goods of another as amount in law to appropriation of the property to himself. Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and...interfere with the owner's dominion, is a conversion. Bouv. Law Diet., title Conversion. SAVAGE, Ch. J., in Spencer v. Blackman, 9 Wend. 167, define* it...

A Treatise on the Law of Agency: Including Not Only a Discussion of the ...

Floyd Russell Mechem - 1889 - 979 sivua
...reference to the goods of another as to amount in law to an appropriation of the property to himself. Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and...apply and dispose of it as to alter its condition or to interfere with the owner's dominion, is a conversion." In many cases it becomes difficult to determine...

Cases on the Law of Agency

Floyd Russell Mechem - 1893 - 748 sivua
...acts in reference to the goods of another as amonnt in law to appropriation of the property to himwLf. Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and...condition or interfere with the owner's dominion, ua conversion. Bonv. Law Diet., title Conversion. SAVAGE, Oh. J., in Spencer vs. Blackman, 8 Wend....

The Counsellor: The New York Law School Law Journal, Nide 3

1894
...to the grounds of equitable jurisdiction in cases of trespass, see Wheelock v. Noonan, 108 NY 179. Trespass may be defined, in a general sense, as a...a limited authority has been given, with intent so as to apply and dispose of it as to alter its condition or interfere with the owner's dominion, is...

Illustrative Cases in Agency: With Analysis and Citations

James Paige - 1895 - 239 sivua
...in reference to the goods of another as amount in law to appropriation of the property to himself. Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and...condition or interfere with the owner's dominion, in a conversion : Bouv. Law Diet., title Conversion. SAVAGE, CJ, in Spencer v. Blackman, 9 Wend. 167,...

Reports of Cases Heard and Determined in the Appellate Division of ..., Nide 74

New York (State). Supreme Court. Appellate Division, Marcus Tullius Hun, Jerome B. Fisher, Austin B. Griffin - 1902
...satisfaction of the bonds which he held in trust as pledgee. In Loverly v. Snethen (O8 NY 522) the court say : "Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and...interfere with the owner's dominion, is a conversion. (Bonv. Law Diet., title Conversion.) " This definition was approved in Industrial c6 General Trust...

The American and English Encyclopedia of Law

David Shephard Garland, James Cockcroft, Lucius Polk McGehee, Charles Porterfield - 1898
...in reference to the goods of another as amount in law to appropriation of the property to himself. Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and...condition or interfere with the owner's dominion, is a conversion.2 CONSTRUCTIVE DELIVERY. (See the title SALES; and see DELIVERY, and references there given.)...

The New York Supplement

1902
...which he held in trust as pledgee. In Laverty v. Snethen, 68 NY 522, 23 Am. Rep. 184, the court say: "Every unauthorized taking of personal property, and...with intent so to apply and dispose of it as to alter the condition or interfere with the owner's dominion, is a conversion." Bouv. Law Diet. tit. "Conversion."...

The Law and Practice in Actions for Torts in the State of New York

James Newton Fiero - 1903 - 893 sivua
...Law Diet., title Conversion, the statement that every unauthorized taking of personal property, and intermeddling with it beyond the extent of the authority...interfere with the owner's dominion, is a conversion. The terms " personal injury " and " injury to property " are defined by section 3343 of the Code, subdivisions...

The Administration of Estates in Texas

William Stewart Simkins - 1908 - 674 sivua
...law, or, in a word, any unauthorized taking of property beyond the extent of the authority conferred, with intent so to apply and dispose of it as to alter its condition, or interfere with its proper distribution to those entitled, is a conversion. Evans vs. Oakly, 2 T., 182-184; Chifflet...




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