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Conflict Of Laws-Constitutional Law-Full Faith And Credit-Fraternal Benefit Society's Constitution Controlling Over Statute Of Limitations Of Forum State, Bruce L. Moore S.Ed. Dec 1947

Conflict Of Laws-Constitutional Law-Full Faith And Credit-Fraternal Benefit Society's Constitution Controlling Over Statute Of Limitations Of Forum State, Bruce L. Moore S.Ed.

Michigan Law Review

In an action against an Ohio fraternal benefit society to recover insurance benefits resulting from the death of an insured member, the defense was that the constitution of the society prohibited the bringing of an action on such a claim more than six months after disallowance of the claim. This provision was valid under the statutes and court decisions of Ohio. The statute of limitations of the state of the forum, South Dakota, was six years on contract actions. Another statute of South Dakota declared void every stipulation in a contract limiting the time within which a party may enforce …


Conflict Of Laws-Limitation Of Actions-Determination Of Place Of Accrual Of Action To Enforce Liability Of Stockholders In Insolvent National Banks, Edwin F. Uhl S.Ed. Dec 1947

Conflict Of Laws-Limitation Of Actions-Determination Of Place Of Accrual Of Action To Enforce Liability Of Stockholders In Insolvent National Banks, Edwin F. Uhl S.Ed.

Michigan Law Review

Suits in equity were brought in the federal district courts of Ohio and Pennsylvania against resident shareholders of Banco Kentucky Company, a bank-stock holding corporation. The purpose of the litigation was to enforce an assessment under the National Bank Act on the shares of an insolvent national bank which Banco owned. Ohio and Pennsylvania have six year statutes of limitations on such an action. They also have borrowing statutes, barring suit on a cause of action no longer enforceable in the jurisdiction in which it arose. The bank had been authorized to conduct its activities in Louisville, Kentucky, had engaged …


The Conflict Of Laws: A Comparative Study. Volume Two. Foreign Corporations: Torts: Contracts In General, Ernst Rabel Jan 1947

The Conflict Of Laws: A Comparative Study. Volume Two. Foreign Corporations: Torts: Contracts In General, Ernst Rabel

Michigan Legal Studies Series

Full application of comparative methods to the law of conflicts requires a working plan of some magnitude. We ought to take stock of the conflicts rules existing in the different countries of the world, state their similarities or dissimilarities, and investigate their purposes and effects. The solutions thus ascertained should moreover be subjected to an estimation of their usefulness, by the standards appropriate to their natural objective. Conflicts rules have to place private life and business relations upon the legal background suitable to satisfactory intercourse among states and nations. They are valuable to the extent that their practical functioning, rather …


Some Aspects Of Conflict Of Laws In The Old Spanish Jurisprudence, William Q. De Funiak Jan 1947

Some Aspects Of Conflict Of Laws In The Old Spanish Jurisprudence, William Q. De Funiak

Kentucky Law Journal

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The Supreme Court And The Conflict Of Laws, Fowler V. Harper Jan 1947

The Supreme Court And The Conflict Of Laws, Fowler V. Harper

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Policy Bases Of The Conflict Of Laws: Reflections On Rereading Professor Lorenzen's Essays, Fowler V. Harper Jan 1947

Policy Bases Of The Conflict Of Laws: Reflections On Rereading Professor Lorenzen's Essays, Fowler V. Harper

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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