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" ... the language of the promisor is to be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee. "
Quarterly bulletin (New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Health). 1913 - Page 2
1913
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 27

1891 - 1156 pages
...effort to ascertain the construction which should be given to it we are also to observe the rule that the language of the promisor is to be interpreted...he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee. White v. Hoyt, 73 NY 505. 511. At the time the uncle wrote the letter he was indebted to...
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A Treatise on the Law of Fire Insurance Adapted to the Present ..., Volume 1

Horace Gay Wood - 1886
...well as of ethics, that where the language of a promisor may be understood in more senses than one, it is to be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose it was under*»tooil by the promisee. Potter v. Ontario In«. Co., f> Hill (NY) 14» ; liarlow v. Scott, 24...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 22

1892 - 1158 pages
...fully expected such a result; and, independently of Sherman's intent, his language and acts should be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose Lemmon understood them. The contract and acts of Sherman in this matter should be construed with reference...
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The New York Supplement

1915 - 1304 pages
...of the defendant, and should be liberally construed in favor of the plaintiff. In the following case it was said : "The language of the promisor is to...he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee." White v. Hoyt, 73 NY 505. I think it was within the contemplation of the parties that the...
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The New York Supplement

1895 - 1224 pages
...well aa of ethics, that where the language of a promisor may be understood in more senses than one, it is to be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee." Hoffman v. Insurance Co., 32 NY 405. Also, in construing the words of a covenant, "if the...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 21

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1891 - 1038 pages
...effort to ascertain the construction which should be given to it, we are also to observe the rule that the language of the promisor is to be interpreted...he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee: White v. Hoyt, 73 NY 505, 511. At the time the uncle wrote the letter he was indebted to...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and ...

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1891
...Am. Dec. 337, " that where the language of a promisor may be understood in more senses than one, it is to be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee." The defendant not only had reason to expect that its members would interpret the contract...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common ..., Volume 15

Charles Patrick Daly - 1891 - 622 pages
...as of ethics, that, where the language of a promisor may be understood in more senses than one, it is to be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee.' " What was the sense in which the plaintiff understood the contract is to be gathered from...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Book 12

1891 - 924 pages
...fully expected such a result; and independently o'f Sherman's intent, his language and acts should be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose Lemmon understood them. The contract and acts of Sherman in this matter should be construed with reference...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 21

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1891
...Lemmon fully expected such a result; and independently of Sherman's intent, his language and acts should be interpreted in the sense in which he had reason to suppose Lemmon understood them. The contract and acts of Sherman in this matter should be construed with reference...
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