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" LJ that this doctrine of ultra vires ought " to be reasonably, and not unreasonably, understood and applied, and that whatever " may fairly be regarded as incidental to, or consequential upon, those things which the " legislature has authorised, ought... "
Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Chancery of the State of New Jersey - Page 218
by New Jersey. Court of Chancery - 1893
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 37

Law - 1888
...there was no anthority for building a city hall. In the language of Lord Chancellor Sclborne, ' this doctrine (of ultra vires) ought to be reasonably and not unreasonably understood and applied, and that whatever may fairly be regarded as incidental to, or consequential upon those things which the...
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volumes 93-94

Law reports, digests, etc - 1899
...Cas. 473, where, in declaring the importance of the doctrine of ultra vires, he said: "This doctrine ought to be reasonably, and not unreasonably, understood and applied; and whatever may fairly be regarded as ˇucideutal to or conseqnential upon those things which the legislature has authorized,...
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 119

Law reports, digests, etc - 1903
...in Attorney General v. Great Eastern Ry. Co., 5 App. Cas. 473, uses this language : "This doctrine [ultra vires] ought to be reasonably, and not unreasonably, understood and applied, and that whatever may be fairly regarded as incidental to or consequential upon those things which the...
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A Treatise on the Law of Railroads

Edward Lillie Pierce - Railroad law - 1881 - 575 pages
...Attorney-General e. Great Eastern R. Co., L. R: 5 App. Cas. 473, 478, Seiborne, Lord Chancellor, said, that the doctrine of ultra vires " ought to be reasonably , and not unreasonably, understood andapplied; nnd that whatever may be fairly regardeil as incidental to or consequential upon those...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 200

Law reports, digests, etc - 1921
...and actually being used for school purposes. Finally, we are strongly of the opinion that the rule of ultra vires ought to be reasonably, and not unreasonably, understood and applied, and that whatever may fairly be regarded as incidental to and consequential upon those things which the...
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The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases ...

Railroad law - 1900
...Cas. 473, where, in declaring the importance of the doctrine of ultra vires, he said : "This doctrine ought to be reasonably, and not unreasonably, understood and applied ; and whatever may fairly be regarded as incidental to or consequential upon those things which the legislature has authorized,...
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Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law, Volumes 4-5

Comparative law - 1900
...to the objects specified, and to no others. But the doctrine is one which, as Lord Selborne said, is to be reasonably and not unreasonably understood and applied ; and whatever may fairly be regarded as incidental to or consequent upon those things which the Legislature has authorised...
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Cases Decided in the Court of Session, and Also in the Justiciary, and House ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1907
...Great Eastern Railway Company the Lord Chancellor, commenting on that decision, said : " This doctrine ought to be reasonably, and not unreasonably, understood and applied, and whatever may fairly be regarded as incidental to or consequential upon those things which the Legislature has authorised,...
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The Northwestern Reporter, Volume 126

Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...corporation might be unable to discharge the functions for which it was created. Whatever may fairly be regarded as incidental to and consequential upon those things which are authorized by the charter of a corporation will not be held ultra vires, unless expressly prohibited. As related to the object specified...
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British Ruling Cases from Courts of Great Britain, Canada, Ireland ..., Volume 5

Law reports, digests, etc - 1916
...expressly or impliedly authorize is to be taken to be prohibited," points out (1880) 5 App. Cas. 478, that the doctrine of ultra vires "ought to be reasonably,...and not unreasonably, understood and applied, and that whatever may fairly be regarded as incidental to, or consequential upon, those things which the...
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