Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations, Том 4

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1365 Due Process of Law Right to Notice and Hearing
2358
Constitutional Restrictions Delegated Authority Uniform
2376
Constitutional Provisions as to Taxation Uniformity Propor
2384
Exercise of the Delegated Authority by Popular Representatives
2391
Municipality cannot delegate its Power to tax
2403
Extent of Power to
2407
Taxation of Street Railway Companies Gas and Water Com
2418
Municipal Taxation of Agricultural Lands
2424
Municipal Property not taxable
2431
Taxation of State and Municipal Bonds
2437
Statutes which exempt Persons or Property from Taxation
2443
Prescribed Mode must be pursued
2450
Same Subject General Law held not to limit Charter Power
2457
Taxation of Vocations Fourteenth Amendment as to Equal
2465
Taxation of Occupations Construction of delegated Authority
2474
Same Subject Specific Mode held exclusive
2481
Same Subject Mode of enforcing Lien
2487
Property benefited
2493
Same Subject People v Brooklyn Davidson v New Orleans
2499
Creation of Taxing Districts New Jersey
2505
Constitution of Illinois Special Assessments Special Taxation
2543
Special and General Benefits to Property assessed
2553
Whether Whole Cost may be imposed on Abutter
2560
Exemption from Taxation does not include Local Assessments
2572
Special and General Benefits Repaving
2578
Power to Improve Streets construed
2584
Special Assessments against Railways in Streets
2590
Estoppel by Silence and Acquiescence
2599
When Notice to Abutter is necessary
2607
Sewer Assessments Proportion to Benefits Frontage Area
2615
Sewers Scope of Incidental Power
2621
Interest on Assessments
2634
CHAPTER XXIX
2643
Same Subject Right of Relator must be clear
2650
Distinction between Discretionary Powers and Imperative Duties
2656
Creditor sometimes required to recover Judgment before being
2675
Judgment Creditor not entitled to Mandamus to enforce Collec
2684
Remedy in Federal Court Prior Judgment required Course
2690
Enforcement of Judgments in the Federal Courts Boutwells
2697
Distinction between Negotiable Bonds and Ordinary Warrants
2703
Formal Demand not always necessary
2711
Direction of Writ Distinction
2718
Service of the Writ
2719
Return By whom made and Requisites
2720
Peremptory Writ When issued How obeyed
2721
Form of Peremptory Writ
2722
When not issued When set aside
2723
Attachment how obtained Practice
2724
CHAPTER XXX
2727
Same Subject
2728
Same Subject
2741
Same Subject Rules to guide Judicial Discretion
2742
User by Defendant necessary
2743
Effect of Judgment 2744
2744
Practice
2745
CHAPTER XXXI
2746
Usual Remedy is at Law not in Equity
2747
Jurisdiction in Equity of the Federal Courts over Municipal Authorities
2748
Remedies for Corporate Excess of Power
2751
Where Corporation is a Trustee of Property or Funds
2755
Fraudulent Dispositions of Corporate Property and Funds and Abuses of Powers relating thereto
2756
Extent and Mode of Equitable Interference in this Country
2759
Same Subject Rationale of Doctrine Authors View
2765
Same Subject New York Decisions
2772
Same Subject General Doctrine
2781
Same Subject When Injunction Granted When not
2788
What may be examined and reviewed
2797
General Liability ex Contractu Ultra Vires
2809
Legislative Restriction of Remedies against Municipalities
2821
The Payment must not have been Voluntarily made but made
2828
Same Subject Payment must be Compulsory
2835
Failure to abate Nuisances
2842
Demolition of Houses to prevent spreading of Fire
2846
Limited Liability of New England Towns
2854
Same Subject Hill v Boston
2861
Rule of Respondeat Superior as applied to Municipal Corpora
2867
Cases where Implied Corporate Liability exists for Wrongful
2874
Health Department Liability for Negligence and for Torts
2896
1665 Basis of Implied Municipal Liability
2902
Liability of City of New York as Owner of Croton Water
2908
Acts 29172919
2917
Consequential Damages Grades and Change of Grades
2920
Change of Grade Elevated Viaducts Bridge Approaches
2930
Same Subject Remedy of Abutter by Injunction
2936
Same Subject Change of Grade for other than Street Purposes
2942
Unsafe Streets Quasi Corporations
2950
Same Subject Construction of the New England Statutes
2958
Same Subject Ice and Snow in Streets Slippery Sidewalks
2965
Defective Streets User of Land as Street Estoppel
2975
Negligence the Basis of Liability Runaway Horses
2989
Authors Comments on the Doctrine of Implied Liability
2996
Defective Streets Is the American Doctrine as to Implied Liabil
3003
Same Subject Comments on Doctrine of Implied Liability
3009
Doctrine as to Notice and Contributory Negligence summarized
3016
Liability for Acts of Contractors
3025
Where Street is rendered defective by the Act of a Railroad Com
3034
Same Subject Omission to provide Drains
3040
Liable for Neglect of Ministerial Duties 3053
3053
caused by Surface Water and Defective Sewers 30593062
3059
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Страница 2938 - But acts done in the proper exercise of governmental powers, and not directly encroaching upon private property, though their consequences may impair its use, are universally held not to be a taking within the meaning of the constitutional provision.
Страница 2460 - That the mode of levying a tax shall be by valuation, so that every person shall pay a tax in proportion to the value of the property he or she has in his or her possession.
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