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. In the Court of Assistant Judge at Dhaka Suit No.../… Azizul Islam, Son of Delwar Hossain and Razia Khatun House-2, Road-7, Middle Badda, Dhaka-1212.                            …………Plaintiff Vs. Mohammad Habibur Rahman, Son of Amir Hossen and Sakina Begum House-31/4, Road-1, Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212.                        ........  Respondent ...

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case digest 1

C.A. No. 299             March 18, 1946 FELIX ADAN, plaintiff-appellant, vs. AGAPITO CASILI and VICTORIA ADAN, defendants-appellees. OZAETA, J.: The plaintiff Felix Adan commenced this action in the Court of First Instance of Camarines Sur against his sister Victoria Adan and the latter's husband, Agapito Casili, to secure the judicial partition of the estate left by their deceased mother, Simplicia Nepomuceno, alleged to consist of six parcels of land which are specifically described in...

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PA110 complaint form unit3

THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS JUSTIN WILLIAM KING, ) ) Plaintiff. ) ) ) v. ) ) ANHEUSER-BUSCH COMPANIES, INC. ) ) Defendant. ) ____________________________________) COMPLAINT Comes Now the plaintiff, Justin King, by and through his attorney, states as follows: PARTIES AND JURISDICTION 1. Plaintiff, for all times mentioned herein, was and is a resident of Cook County, State of Illinois. 2. Defendant is...

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Case Study: The Natural Gas

The Natural Gas Case In the Natural Gas case, a German company and a Dutch gas reseller (the plaintiffs) is suing an Austrian partnership company (the defendant) for a breach of contract. The plaintiffs negotiated and agreed to purchase 3000 metric tons of propane gas for $381 per metric ton from the defendant. Because of the two companies never conducting business with one another, the plaintiffs agreed to secure a letter of credit with its purchase. To secure the letter of credit with the purchase...

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Complaint: Jury and United States District

STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS JUSTIN WILLIAM KING, ) ) Plaintiff. ) ) ) v. ) ) ANHEUSER-BUSCH COMPANIES, INC. ) ) Defendant. ) ____________________________________) COMPLAINT Comes Now the plaintiff, Justin King, by and through his attorney, states as follows: PARTIES AND JURISDICTION 1. Plaintiff, for all times mentioned herein, was and is a resident of Cook County, State of Illinois. 2. Defendant...

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Wilson vs Pringle

V Pringle [1986] 2 All ER 440 The plaintiff and the defendant were two schoolboys involved in an incident in a school corridor as the result of which the plaintiff fell and suffered injuries. The plaintiff issued a writ claiming damages and alleging that the defendant had committed a trespass to the person of the plaintiff. In his defence the defendant admitted that he had indulged in horseplay with the plaintiff and on the basis of that admission the plaintiff applied for summary judgment under...

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Malaysian Tort Trespass

consists of assault, battery and false imprisonment. The first issue is whether the act of Alice showing her fist to Robert constituted to assault. Assault is according to Winfield can be interpreted as an act of the defendant which causes to the plaintiff reasonable apprehension of the infliction of the battery on him by the defendant. There are four elements which needs to be established before saying that person is committing an assault which are the defendant state of mind, reasonable apprehension...

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cause to the contrary defective notice

of the notice of demand sent by the solicitors of the plaintiff bank on 9 January 1988 and the subsequent statutory notice in Form 16D sent by the same party on 19 January 1988. The attacks mounted by the defendant company against the validity of the said notice of demand and the statutory notice in Form 16D are basically that (i) the sum mentioned in both the notices exceeds the actual sum owed and payable by the borrower and (ii) the plaintiff bank has not established their entitlement to default...

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Esposito-Hilder vs. SFX case

and considering the content and general thought process of the entire radio program, the remarks may have been distasteful. However, to the reasonable listener, it would be viewed as an opinion and would not be viewed as an actual fact about the plaintiff. One's physical attractiveness and desirability or lack thereof is, in fact, a matter of subjective opinion, even though under the circumstances it may not give rise to a qualified privilege. For more than a century, it has been widely recognized...

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Lakeman V Mountstephen

LIABILITY OF EMPLOYER Plaintiff had been employed by a local board of health to construct certain main sewer works. On 19 March 1866, the local board gave notice to the owners of certain houses to connect their house drains with the main sewer within 21 days. Before the expiration of the 21 days, and during the construction of the sewer the surveyor of the board proposed to plaintiff that he, plaintiff, should construct the connection between the house drains and the main sewer. Plaintiff said he was willing...

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