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" The general principle is that laches is not imputable to the government; and this maxim is founded, not in the notion of extraordinary prerogative, but upon a great public policy. The government can transact its business only through its agents ; and... "
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ... - Seite 219
von Vermont. Supreme Court - 1833
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Indian Appropriation Bill

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs - 1914 - 708 Seiten
...prerogative, but upon a great public policy. The Government can transact its business only through Its agents; and its fiscal operations are so various,...the most serious losses if the doctrine of laches can be applied to its transactions. It would, in effect, work a repeal of all Its securities (US v....
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Ruling Case Law: As Developed and Established by the Decisions and ..., Band 10

William Mark McKinney - 1915
...the maxRCL Vol. X.— 26 ' 401 said that the government can transact its business only through its agents; and its fiscal operations are so various,...the most serious losses, if the doctrine of laches con Id be applied to its transactions.8 Where, however, the government is suing for the use and benefit...
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Ruling Case Law: As Developed and Established by the Decisions and ..., Band 10

William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich - 1915
...maxRCL Vol. X.— 26 401 said that the government can transact its business only through its ageriUs; and its fiscal operations are so various, and its...the most serious losses, if the doctrine of laches could be applied to its transactions.2 Where, however, the government is suing for the use and benefit...
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United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports: With Key-number Annotations ...

1916
...prerogative, but upon a great public policy. The government can transact its business only through its agents; and its fiscal operations are so various,...the utmost vigilance would not save the public from tlie most serious losses, if the doctrine of laches can be applied to its transactions. It would, in...
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Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States, Bücher 6

United States. Supreme Court - 1918
...prerogative, but upon a great public policy. The government can transact its business only through its agents; and its fiscal operations are so various,...the most serious losses, if the doctrine of laches can be applied to its transactions. It would, in effect, work a repeal of all its securities. On the...
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American law reports annotated, Band 4

1919
...of which is presumed to be brought home to the government through "fiscal operations so various, and agencies, so numerous and scattered, that the utmost vigilance would not save the _ , public from the e'rní"KÍ.v^nm¿nt mOSt SerioUS losses ^™vem«t.. if the doctrine of laches...
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The Federal Reporter, Band 170

1909
...upon a great public policy. The government can transact its business only through its agents ; ami its fiscal operations are so various, and its agencies...the most serious losses, if the doctrine of laches can be applied to its transactions. It would, in effect, work a repeal of all its securities." In United...
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The Federal Reporter: With Key-number Annotations ..., Band 19

1884
...720, the supreme court say ; "The general principle is that laches is not imputable to the government. The utmost vigilance would not save the public from...the most serious losses if the doctrine of laches could be applied to its transactions. It would, in effect, work a repeal of all its securities. " In...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Band 7

1886
...prerogative, but upon a great public policy. The government can transact its business onlv through its agems; and its fiscal operations are so various, and its...the most serious losses, if the doctrine of laches can be applied to its transactions.' TS v. Kirkpatrick, 9 Wheat, 730; IT. S. v. Hoar, 2 Mason, ail...
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Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States, Band 28

United States. General Accounting Office - 1922
...prerogative but upon a great public policy. The Government can transact Its business only through its agents, and its fiscal operations are so various and its agencies so numerous and scattered that theutmost vigilance would not save the public from the most serious losses if the doctrine of laches...
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