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" Where fault on the part of one vessel is established by uncontradicted testimony, and such fault is, of itself, sufficient to account for the disaster, it is not enough for such vessel to raise a doubt with regard to the management of the other vessel.... "
The JAG Journal - 123. lappuse
1964
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United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports: With Key-number Annotations ...

1910
...Ed. 84, in which it was said: "Where fault on the part of one vessel is established by uncontradlcted testimony, and such fault Is of itself sufficient...such other vessel should 'be resolved in its favor." We think the fault of the Manzanita is well established by the circumstances disclosed in the evidence,...
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Standard Encyclopædia of Procedure, 5. sējums

Arthur Percival Will, Edward William Tuttle - 1912
...378, 380; The Kurope, 175 Fed. 596. 607. 69. "Where fault on the part of one vessel is established by uncontradicted testimony, and such fault is. of...sufficient to account for the disaster, it is not enouph for such vessel to raise a doubt with recrard to the management of the other vessel. There is...
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American and British Claims Arbitration

1913
...of the " giving- way " ship. 6. In a collision where fault on the part of one vessel is established by uncontradicted testimony and such fault is of itself sufficient to account for the disaster, the raising of a doubt with regard to the management of the other vessel furnishes no basis in law...
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Digest of Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States Reported in ...

1917
...part of one vessel, sufficient to account for a collision, is establiehed by nncontradicted evidence, it Is not enough for such vessel to raise a doubt with regard to the management of the other vessel, but the latter should have the benefit of any reasonable doubt with regard to the propriety of its...
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The Federal reporter. Second series, 1. sējums

1925
...211, 216 (37 L. Ed. 84). The court there said: "Where fault on the part of one vessel is established by uncontradicted testimony, and such fault is, of...such other vessel should be resolved in its favor." [6] This rule has been adhered to in numerous cases since decided. The Victory, 168 US 410, 423, 18...
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The Federal Reporter, 161. sējums

1908
...211, 216, 37 L. Ed. 84, that : "Where fault on the part of one vessel is established by uncontradlcted testimony, and such fault is. of itself, sufficient...such other vessel should be resolved in its favor." Following this is the case of The Umbria, 166 US 404, 17 Sup. Ct. filO, 41 L. Ed. 1053, where it is,...
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The Federal Reporter, 78. sējums

1897
...the part of the sailing vessel should be clear and convincing. Where fault 011 the part of one vessel is, of itself, sufficient to account for the disaster,...such other vessel should be resolved in its favor." And see The City of Paris, 9 Wall. 634; The John L. Hasbrouek. i>3 US 405; The Maggie J. Smith, 123...
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The Federal Reporter, 130. sējums

1904
...Ct. 211, 216, 37 L. Ed. 84. "Where fault on the part of one vessel is established by uncontradlcted testimony, and such fault is, of itself, sufficient...with regard to the management of the other vessel." In The Oregon, 158 US 186, 197, 15 Sup. Ct. 8.04, 809, 39 L. Ed. 943, the same principle is re-affirmed,...
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The Federal Reporter, 59. sējums

1894
...plainly suflicient to account for the disaster, without which it would not have THK SAALE. happened, "it is not enough for such vessel to raise a doubt...vessel; there is some presumption at least adverse to this claim, and any reasonable doubt with regard to the conduct of the other vessel should be resolved...
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The Federal Reporter, 198. sējums

Peyton Boyle - 1913
...should be clear and convincing. Where fault on the part of one vessel Is established by uncontradlcted testimony, and such fault Is, of Itself, sufficient to account for the disaster, It IB not enough for such vessel to raise a doubt with regard to the management of the other vessel."...
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