Definition of Feasances
1. feasance [n] - See also: feasance
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feasances
Literary usage of Feasances
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A General Digest of the Law of Corporations: Presenting the American by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Austin Abbott (1869)
"That there are many non-feasances •which do not amount to nonuser, and yet are complete cause of forfeiture,—see People r. ..."
2. The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest Decided by Isaac Grant Thompson, Irving Browne (1884)
"... and non-feasances specified and described in the said act of April, 1869, shall be, and they are hereby declared to be, the only acts, neglects, ..."
3. Wood's Browne on the Law of Carriers of Goods and Passengers by Land and Water by John Hutton Balfour Browne, Horace Gay Wood, Lewis Edmund Glyn (1883)
"... deemed to be responsible as principals to third persons, not only for their own negligences and non-feasances, but also for the negligences, ..."
4. Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States by United States Supreme Court, William Cranch, Henry Wheaton, Richard Peters, Benjamin Chew Howard, Jeremiah Sullivan Black (1904)
"... or mis-feasances of sub-agents necessarily employed. The nature of the power is public, and its object is the benefit of the public. ..."
5. The Law of the Domestic Relations: Including Husband and Wife, Parent and by William Pinder Eversley (1906)
"... servant responsible for mis-feasances on his part; and in an action against him for the tort it is no defence to urge that he acted under the orders and ..."
6. A Treatise on the Rights and Duties of Merchant Seamen: According to the by George Ticknor Curtis (1841)
"... under some circumstances, raise such a presumption for the whole voyage.5 The master is personally liable for his own negligences, non-feasances and ..."
7. A Treatise on the Law of Charter-parties by Eugene Leggett (1894)
"... and his liability, founded upon this consideration, extends not merely to his contracts, but, as we have said, to his own negligences and non-feasances ..."
8. Questions and Answers on Law: Alphabetically Arranged. With References to by Asa Kinne (1852)
"The master is-personally liable for his own negligences, non-feasances, and mis-feasances.—Dennison v. Seymour, 9 Wend. ..."