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" The distinction on which all the cases turn is this: if the person employed to do the work carries on an independent employment, and acts in pursuance of a contract with his employer by which he has agreed to do the work on certain specified terms, in... "
Stair building ; Ornamental ironwork ; Roofing ; Sheet-metal work ; Building ... - Сторінка 55
автори: International Correspondence Schools - 1903
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A Treatise Upon Some of the General Principles of the Law: Whether of ..., Том 4

William Wait - 1878
...St. 300 ; McQuia-e v. Grant, 1 Dutch. (NJ) 356. The distinction on which all the 'cases turn is, that if the person employed to do the work carries on an independent employment, and acts in pumiance of a contract with his employer by which he lias agreed to do the work on certain specified...
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Southern Law Review and Chart of the Southern Law and Collection Union, Том 5

1880
...to do a particular job. The distinction upon which the cases turn was thus summed up by Bigelow, CJ: "If the person employed to do the work carries on...specified terms, in a particular manner, and for a stipulated price, then the employer is not liable. The relation of master and servant ' Martin i'....
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The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest ..., Том 42

Isaac Grant Thompson - 1883
...BIGELO\V has suggested the distinction upon which, according to his understanding, all the cases turn: " If the person employed to do the work carries on an...specified terms, in a particular manner and for a stipulated price, then the employer is not liable; the relation of master and servant does not subsist...
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The Pacific Reporter, Том 148

1915
...when it appears that the employment was general, and not based on a contract to do a certain piece of work on certain specified terms in a particular manner and for a stipulated price." And, governed by these rules, held that the plaintiff in that case was not an independent...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Том 25

1886
...carelessness in doing the work. Bigelow, C. J., stated the rule thus: "The distinction on which all the cases turn is this: If the person employed to do the work carries on an independent employ meet, and acts in pursuance of a contract with bis employer, by which he has agreed to do the...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Том 81

1887
...was distinctly adjudicated in Sadler v. Ilenlock, 4 El. & B. 570. The distinction on which all the cases turn is this: if the person employed to do the...specified terms, in a particular manner and for a stipulated price, then the employer is not liable. The relation of master and servant does not subsist...
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Rights, Remedies, and Practice, at Law, in Equity, and Under the ..., Том 1

John Davison Lawson - 1889 - 531 стор.
...was distinctly adjudicated in Sadler v. llenlock, 4 El. & B. 570. The distinction on which all the cases turn is this: If the person employed to do the work carr1es on an independent employment, and acts in pursuance of a contract with his employer by which...
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Architect, Owner and Builder Before the Law: A Summary of American and ...

Theodore Minot Clark - 1894 - 387 стор.
...conO ' O tractor, Mulhollaud, was alone liable. The Court said : " The " distinction on which all the cases turn is this : If the person " employed to do the work carries on an independent employ" ment, and acts in pursuance of a contract with his employer, " by which he has agreed to do...
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Architect, Owner and Builder Before the Law: A Summary of American and ...

Theodore Minot Clark - 1894 - 387 стор.
...contractor, Mulholland, was alone liable. The Court said : " The '• distinction on which all the cases turn is this : If the person " employed to do the work carries on an independent employ " ment, and acts in pursuance of a contract with his emplover, " by which he has agreed to do...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the ..., Том 15

Montana. Supreme Court - 1895
...Allen, 138, is also a leading case. The opinion states as follows: "The distinction on which all the cases turn is this: If the person employed to do the...specified terms, in a particular manner, and for a stipulated price, then the employer is not liable. Tlie relation of master and servant does not subsist...
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