The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence, Volumen29

Butterworths, 1870

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Página 235 - In order to determine the question, it is necessary to consider upon what principle the rule rests, and why it is that a sale which would be perfectly good if made while the property was in a neutral port, or while it was in an enemy's port, is ineffectual if made while the ship is on her voyage from one port to the other. There seem to be but two possible grounds of distinction. The one is, that while the ship is on the seas, the title of the vendee cannot be completed by actual delivery of the...
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