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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 Atlantic Reporter, Volume 22

1892 - 1276 pages
...fully expected such a result ; and, independently of Sherman's intent, his langunge 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 référence...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volume 13

1884 - 970 pages
...give the contract the sense in which the promisor believed the other party to have'accepted it, or in which he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee, and the practical interpretation of the contract, by the practice and conduct of the parties...
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Milton C. Jacobs - 1950 - 312 pages
...Devoe, 124 NY 120). 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. Aetna Fire Ins. Co., 32 NY 405). Practical Construction. There may be a practical...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Courts of Appeal of the State ..., Volume 33

1917 - 930 pages
...ineffectual for any purpose. "Where the language of one party 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 other party." (Ibid., p. 660; and this iB the rule stated in section Ifi49 of the Civil Code.) It is...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Ohio, Volume 53

Ohio. Supreme Court - 1896 - 760 pages
...well as of ethics, that when 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. Potter v. Ins. Co., 5 Hill, 149 ; Barlow \. Scott, 24 NY, 40. It is also a familiar rule...
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Weekly Bulletin of the Dept. of Health of the City of New York, Volumes 2-3

New York (N.Y.). Department of Health - 1913 - 818 pages
...made for the public good, although it be a penal one, it should receive an equitable construction. In one case, in laying down the rule for the construction...which the Legislature had reason to suppose it would be understood by the people. "A statute being remedial, should be liberally construed to accomplish...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 60

Wisconsin. Supreme Court, Abram Daniel Smith, Philip Loring Spooner, Obadiah Milton Conover, Frederic King Conover, Frederick William Arthur, Frederick C. Seibold - 1885 - 760 pages
...give the contract the sense in which the promisor believed the other party to have accepted it, or in which he had reason to suppose it was understood by the promisee," and the practical interpretation of the contract by the practice and conduct of the parties...
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