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As to many miscellaneous inatters as to partnership gener-
ally, see note § 2395, ante.

§ 2502. LIABILITY FOR UNINTENTIONAL ACT. When a
special partner has unintentionally done any of the acts
mentioned in the last section, he is liable, as a general part-
ner, to any creditor of the firm who has been actually misled
thereby to his prejudice.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872, founded upon § 20, Act
March 4, 1870, Stats. 1869-70, p. 125.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 2 pars, annotation.

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gener-
ally, see note § 2395, ante.

§ 2503. WHO MAY QUESTION EXISTENCE OF SPECIAL
PARTNERSHIP. One who, upon making a contract with a
partnership, accepts from or gives to it a written memorandum
of the contract, stating that the partnership is special, and
giving the names of the special partners, cannot afterwards
charge the persons thus named as general partners upon
that contract, by reason of an error or defect in the proceed-
ings of the creation of the special partnership, prior to the
acceptance of the memorandum, if an effort has been made
by the partners, in good faith, to form a special partnership
in the manner required by article one of this chapter.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872, founded upon § 21, Act
March 4., 1870, Stats. 1869-70, p. 125.

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gener-
ally, see note § 2395, ante.

For Commissioners' comment on this section, see Kerr's Cyc
C. C. § 2503, note.



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Tit.X,ch.III,art.IV.] WHEN SPECIAL. §§ 2507, 2508

ARTICLE IV.

ALTERATION AND DISSOLUTION.

§ 2507. When special partnership becomes general.

§ 2508. How new special partners may be admitted.

§ 2509. Dissolution of special partnership. Notice.

§ 2510. The name of a special partner not used, unless.

§ 2507. WHEN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP BEfOMES GEN-
ERAL. A special partnership becomes general if, witliin
ten days after any partner withdraws from it, or any new
partner is received into it, or a change is made in the nature
of its business or in its name, a certificate of such fact, duly
verified and signed by one or more of the partners, is not
filed with the county clerk and recorder with whom the
original certificate of the partnership was filed, and notice
thereof published as is provided in article one of this chapter
for the publication of the certificate.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872, founded upon § 22, Act
March 4, 1870, Stats. 1869-70, p. 125.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 2 pars, annotation.

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gener-
ally, see note § 2395, ante.

§2508. HOW NEW SPECIAL PARTNERS MAY BE AD-
MITTED. New special partners may be admitted into a spe-
cial partnership upon a certificate, stating the names, resi-
dences, and contributions to the common stock of each of
such partners, signed by each of them, and by the general
partners, verified, acknowledged, or proved, according to the
provisions of article one of this chapter, and filed with the
county clerk and recordei- with whom the original certificate
of the partnership was filed.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872, founded upon § 23, Act
March 4, 1870, Stats. 1869-70, p. 125.

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§§ 2509, 2510 CIVIL CODE. [Div.III.Pt.IV

§2509. DISSOLUTION OF SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE. A special partnership is subject to dissolution in
the same manner as a general partnership, except that no
dissolution, by the act of the partners, is complete until a
notice thereof has been filed and recorded in the office of the
county clerk and recorder with whom the original certificate
was renorded, and published once in each week, for four suc-
cessive weeks, in a newspaper printed in each county where
the partnership has a place of business.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872, founded upon § 24, Act
March 4, 1870, Stats. 1869-70, p. 125.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 5 pars, annotation.

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gener-
ally, see note § 2395, ante.

§2510. THE NAME OF A SPECIAL PARTNER NOT
USED, UNLESS. The name of a special partner must not be
used in the firm name of partnership, unless it be accompa-
nied with the word "limited."

History: Enacted March 21, 1872, founded on § 25, Act March
4, 1870, Stats. 1869-70, p. 125.



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Tit.X.ch.IV.] MINING PARTNERSHIP. § 2511

CHAPTER IV.
MINING PARTNERSHIPS.

§ 2511. Wlien a milling partnership exists.

§ 2512. Express ag-reenient not necessary to constitute.

§ 2513. Profits and losses, how sliared.

§ 2514. Lien of partners.

§ 2515. Mine. Partnership property.

§ 2516. Partnership not dissolved by sale of interest.

§ 2517. Purchaser takes, subject to liens, unless, etc.

§ 2518. Takes with notice of lien, wlien.

§ 2519. Contract in writing, when binding.

§2520. Owners of majority of. shares govern.

§2511. WHEN A MINING} PARTNERSHIP EXISTS. A

mining partnership exists when two or more persons who
own or acquire a mining claim for the purpose of working it
and extracting the mineral therefrom actually engage in
working the same.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 35 pars, annotation.

81 C. 14, 16, 22 P. 264, 265 (referred to); 89 C. 367, 372, 26 P.
970, 971 (construed and applied with §2512); 107 C. 504, 510, 40
P. 802 (construed and applied); 121 C. 213, 215, 53 P. 557 (con-
strued and applied); 127 C. 520, 521, 59 P. 937, 938 (construed
and applied with §2512); 128 C. 120, 127, 60 P. 689 (construed
and applied).

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gener-
ally, see note § 2395, ante.

MINING PARTNERSHIPS.

As to generally, see 83 A. D. 104; 8 A. S. 488; 22 Encyc. L. 63,
226.

As to application of provisions of § 2453 of C. C. to mining
partnerships, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 2453 and note.

As to mining partnerships, see note 83 A. D. 104-110.

Accounting. — See 22 Encyc. L, 230.

Acquiring adverse interest. — See 22 Encyc. L. 229.

Contracts between partners. — See 22 Encyc. L. 227.

Defmition of. — See S3 A. D. 96; 28 A. S. 475; 26 L. ed. 266; 22
Encyc. L. 226; 5 W. & P. 4521.

Differ from ordinary partnerships. — See Martin's Mining Law
§ 392.

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§ 2511 CIVIL CODE. [Div.III.Pt.IV.

Dissolution and winding up. — See 22 Encyc. L.. 232.

Distinction between mining and ordinary partnerships. — See
4 A. C. 267; 27 Encyc. L. 227.

Distinguished — From co-ownership. — See 22 Encyc. L. 228.

Same — From ordinary partnerships. — See 4 A. C. 267; 22
Encyc. L. 227.

Evidence of. — See 22 Encyc. L. 228.

Governed by many of the rules relating to ordinary part-
nerships but differs therefrom in many important particulars. —
See S3 A. D. 96; 26 L. ed. 266; 29 L. ed. 126; 32 L.. ed. 764; 5
W. & P. 4521.

Grub-stake contracts — As to, generally, see Martin's Mining
Law §§377-390; 22 Encyc. L. 232.

In order to dissolve by a decree in equity to sell the- part-
nership property, bill must allege what. — See 4 A. C. 265.

Liability of partner on 'firm obligations. — See 22 Encyc. L.
231.

Majority interests control, in dispute as to management. — See
4 A. C. 265.

Member — May deal with partnership for his own benefit. —
See Martin's Mining Law § 393.

Same — May sell interest without knowledge or consent of
co-owners. — See 4 A. C. 265.

Nature of. — See Martin's Mining Law §391; 22 Encyc. L. 226.

One partner may convey interest without dissolving part-
nership. — See 4 A. C. 265.

Particular powers of. — See 22 Encyc. L. 230.

Partition of. — See 22 Encyc. L. 230.

Partner's lien. — See 22 Encyc. L. 230.

Partners may locate inining claim. — See 7 L. N. S. 817.

Partnership property. — See 22 Encyc. L. 232.

Power of majority. — See 22 Encyc. L. 229.

Power of manager. — See 22 Encyc. L. 230.

Powers of members limited. — See Martin's Mining Law § 396.

Power of partners to bind fii'm. — See 22 Encyc. L. 230.

Priority between firm and separate creditors. — See 22 Encyc.
L. 230.

Profit sharing. — See 22 Encyc. L. 227.

Prospecting or grub-stake contracts. — See Martin's Mining
Law §§377-390; 22 Encyc. L. 232.

Relation of trust and confidence. — See 22 Encyc. L. 229.

Relations of the partners. — See 28 A. S. 488.

Retiring partner, rights and liabilities of. — See 22 Encyc. L.
231.

Rights and liabilities — As to third persons, see 22 Encyc. L.
230.

Same — Inter se. — See 22 Encyc. L. 229.

Same — Of retiring partner. — See 22 Encyc. L. 231.

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Tit.X.ch.IV.] RELATION ARISES HOW. §§ 2512-2514

Stranger may be admitted witliout dissolving. — See Martin's
Mining Law § 394.

Tenants in common of mine as partners. — See 22 Enoyc. L.
227.

Wliat constitutes a. — See 83 A. D. 96; 26 A. g. 475; 26 L. ed.-
266; 22 Encyc. L. 226; 5 W. & P. 4521.

When exists. — See Martin's Mining Law § 395.

Wlien there is a dispute as to the management, those who
have the majority interest control. — See 4 A. C. 265.

§2512. EXPRESS AGREEMENT NOT NECESSARY TO
CONSTITUTE. An express agreement to become partners
or to share the profits and losses of mining is not necessary
to the formation or existence of a mining partnership. The
relation arises from the ownership of shares or interests in
the mine and working the same for the purpose of extracting
the minerals therefrom.

History: Enacted Marcli 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 15 pars, annotation.

89 C. 367, 372, 26 P. 970, 971 (construed and applied with
§2511); 107 C. 504, 511, 40 P. 802 (construed and applied); 127
C. 520, 521, 59 P. 937, 938 (construed and applied with § 2511).

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gener-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.

As to ownership of shares or interests in mine as necessary
element of mining partnership, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 2511
and note par. 10.

§251.S. PROFITS AM) LOSSES, HOW SHARED. A mem-
ber of a mining partnership shares in the profits and losses
thereof in the proportion which the interest or share he
owns in the mine bears to the whole partnership capital or
whole number of shares.

HlHtory: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 2 pars, annotation*
89 C. 367. 371, 26 P. 970, 971 (construed).

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnorf-Iiip gen-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.

§2514. LIEN OF PARTNERS. Each member of a mining
partnership has a lien on the partnership property for the

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§§ 2515-2517 CIVIL CODE. [Div.III,Pt.IV.

debts due the creditors thereof, and for money advanced by
him for its use. This lien exists notwithstanding there is an
agreement among the partners that it must not.
History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 5 pars, annotation.

66 C. 577, 578, 6 P. 689, 690 (construed and applied); 89 C.
367, 371... 26 P. 970, 971 (construed and applied with §2520);
144 C. 771, 773, 78 P. 239 (cited).

As to joint liability of mining partner for all obligations
of copartnership, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 2442 and note par. 6.

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gen-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.

§ 2515. MINE. PARTNERSHIP PROPERTY. The mining
ground owned and worked by partners in mining, whether
purchased witli partnership funds or not, is partnership
property.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 3 pars, annotation.
As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gen-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.

§2516. PARTNERSHIP NOT DISSOLVED BY SALE OF
INTEREST. One of the partners in a mining partnership may
convey his interest in the mine and business without dissolv-
ing the partnership. The purchaser, from the date of his
purchase, becomes a member of the partnership.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 8 pars, annotation.

As to duty of partners to exercise towards copartners high-
est good faith, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 2411 and note.

As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gen-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.

§2517. PURCHASER TAKES, SUBJECT TO LIENS, UN-
LESS, ETC. A purchaser of an interest in the mining ground
of a mining partnership takes it subject to the liens exist-
ing in favor of the partners for debts due all creditors
thereof, or advances made for the benefit of the partnership,

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Tit.X.ch.IV.] TAKING WITH NOTICE. §§ 2518-2520

unless he purchased in good faith, for a valuable considera-
tion, without notice of such lien.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

§ 2518. TAKES AVITH NOTICE OF LIEN, AVHEX. A pur-
chaser of the interest of a partner in a mine when the
partnership is engaged in working it, takes with notice of all
liens resulting from the relation of the partners to each
other and to the creditors of the partnership.
History: Enacted March 21. 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 2 pars, annotation.
As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gen-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.

§2519. CONTRACT IN WRITING, WHEN BINDING. No

member of a mining partnership or other agent or manager

thereof can, by a contract in writing, bind the pa,rtnership,

except by express authority derived from the members thereof.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 8 pars, annotation.
As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gen-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.

§2520. OWNERS OF MAJORITY OF SHARES GOVERN.

The decision of the members owning a majority of the shares
or interests in a mining partnership binds it in the conduct
of its business.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 4 pars, annotation.
89 C. 367, 371, 26 P. 970, 971 (construed and applied).
As to many miscellaneous matters as to partnership gen-
erally, see note § 2395, ante.



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§2527



CIVIL CODE.



[Div.III,Pt.IV.



TITLE XI.

INSURANCE.

Chapter I. Insurance in General, §§ 2527-2649.

II. Marine Insurance, §§ 2655-2746,

ITT. Fire Insurance, §§ 2752-2757.

IV. Life and Health Insurance, §§ 2762-2766.



CHAPTER I.

INSURANCE IN GENERAL.

Article I. Definition of Insurance, § 2527.

II. What May be Insured, §§ 2531-2534.

III. Parties to the Contract, §§ 2538-2542.

IV. Insurable Interest, §§ 2546-2558.

V. Concealment and Representation, §§ 2561-2583.

VI. The Policy, §§ 2586-2599.

VII. Warranties, §§ 2603-2612.

VIII. Premiums, §§ 2616-2622.

IX. Loss, § 2626-2629.

X. Notice of Loss, §§ 2633-2637.

XI. Double Insurance, §§ 2641, 2642.

XII. Reinsurance, §§ 2646-2649.



ARTICLE I.

DEFINITION OF INSURANCE.

§ 2527. Insurance, what.

§ 2527. IIVSCRANCE, .WHAT. Insurance is a contract
whereby one undertakes to indemnify another against loss,
damage, or liability, arising from an unknown or contingent
event.

History: Enacted March 21, 1872.

See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. for 20 pars, annotation.

107 C. 327, 330, 48 A. S. 140, 40 P. 431, 28 L. 692 (cited); 125

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Tit.XI,ch.I,art.I.] INSURANCE. GENERALLY. §2527

C. 609, 611, 58 P. 177 (cited in connection with § 2528, which
is not in code); 2 C. A. 624, 629, 84 P. 271 (beneficiary certifi-
cate of fraternal association is contract of insurance — rule of
interpretation).

INSURANCE — GENERALLY.

As to many miscellaneous matters of insurance, see note
§ 414, ante.

As to marine insurance, see note § 2655, post.

As to reinsurance, see Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 2646 and note; also
note § 2646, post.

Accident, death, evidence of cause of. — See 50 A. S. 441.

Accident insurance — Restrictions as to occupation and em-
ployment in policy of. — See 9 L. 685; see "Accident Policy," this
note.

Accident policy — As to what constitutes an accident within —
Contact with poisonous substances as an. — See 9 L. 687.

Same — Same — Definitions and general rules. — See 30 L. 206. .

Same — Same — Disease as an. — See 30 L. 209.

Same — Same — Drowning as an. — See 30 L. 211.

Same — Contact with poisonous substances as an accident. —
See 9 L. 687.

Same — Contributory negligence as a defense in suit on policy.
— See 13 L. 266.

Same — Death while committing a public offense. — See 9 L.
686.

Same — Death while traveling. — See 9 L. 686.

Same — Death while violating rules of insurance company. —
See 9 L. 686.

Same — Drowning as an accident. — See 30 L. 211.

Same — Effect of conditions in, tliat insured use due dili-
gence for his personal safety and protection. — See 3 L. 443.

Same — Same — Burden of proving breach of condition. — See 13
L. 263.

Same — Exterior and visible marks and signs. — See 9 L. 687;
13 L. 264.

Same — External, violent and accidental means. — See 9 L.
371; 13 L. 274.

Same — Intentional injuries. — See 13 L. 265.

Same — Proximate cause of death under. — See 17 L. 753.

Same — Restrictions as to occupation and employment in pol-
icy of. — See 9 L. 685.

Same — Voluntary exposure — To danger. — See 9 L. 687.

Same — Same — To unnecessary risk. — See 13 L. 265.

Accidental means, wliat is injury or death by. — See 54 A. R.
302; 8 A. S. 763.

Actions on contract or policy — As to. generally, see 4 A. C.
1045; 5 A. C. 402; 7 A. C. 809; 10 A. C. 821.

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§2527 CIVIL CODE. ^ [Div.III.Pt.IV.

Same — Admissibility of books of account to prove amount
and value of insured goods. — See 52 L. 721.

Same — Constitutionality of statutes providing damages or
penalty for refusal or failure of insurance company to pay
losses. — See 5 A. C. 405.

Same — Contractual limitation of time — Estoppel to plead de-
fense of limitation. — See 63 L. 204.

Same — Same — First and last days of computation of time. —
See 49 L. 208.

Same— Bame — Law governing. — See 63 L. 868.

Same— Same — Validity of. — See 1 L. 847; 3 L. 344; 8 L. 48. .

Same — Same — When begins to run. — See 47 L. 697-711.

Same — Defense of ultra vires by insurance company in. —
See 4 A. C. 1046.

Same — Effect of admission to change burden of proof and
right to open enclosed action. — See 61 L. 537.

Same — Effect of provision that deficiency in assessment may
be paid from reserve or emergency fund. — See 10 L. N. S. 264.

Same — First and last days in computation of time is on
policy. — See 15 L. N. S. 688.

Same — Mortgagee to bring in name of insured. — See 3 L. 525.

Same — On policy — As bar to action to reform it. — See 12 L.
N-. S. 907.

Same — Same — Of reinsurance. — See 10 L. 424.

Same — Remedy of beneficiary upon repudiation of contract
by insurer. — See 14 L. N. S. 1110.

Same — Removal, because of separable controversy, of actions
relating to insurance and recovery of fire losses paid by in-
surer. — See 5 L. N. S. 88.

Same — Right of beneficiary to sue insurer for breach of con-
tract other than failure to pay indemnity. — See 4 L. N. S. 870.

Same — Right of non-complying foreign insurance company
to enforce domestic contract. — See 9 A. C. 338.

Same — Rule of pleadings in, on certificates of benefit asso-
ciation. — See 2 L. 788.

Same — Submission to arbitration as condition precedent to. —
See 8 A. C. 171.

Same— Third party's right of. — See 25 L. 274.

Same — Transitory character of. — See 63 L. 863.

Same — Validity of requirement by mutual benefit associa-
tions that remedies within the order must be exhausted before
resort to the civil courts. — See 8 L. N. S. 916.

Same — Who is real party in interest. — See 64 L. 615.

Adjustments of, when may be opened. — See 35 A. R. 775.

Adopted children, rights of under insurance policy. — See 17
L. 438.

Against fire — Change of title, sale by one partner to an-
other, whether amounts to. — See 49 A. R. 22; 52 A. R, 442.

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i Tit.XI,ch.I,art.I.] INSURANCE, generally. §2527

Same — Prohibited risks, conditions against, when broken. —
See 33 A. R. 781.

Same — Subsequent insurance, when avoids. — See 20 A. R. 319.

Same — Warranties, answers concerning watchmen, when
deemed to be. — See 33 A. R. 832.

Same — When remains in force after removal of property. —
See 33 A. R. 147.

Agency, stipulations that persons procuring policies must be
deemed agents of the assured. — See 53 A. R. 201.

Agent of insurance company — Assignability of rights to com-
missions or renewal premiums. — See 18 L. N. S. 193.

Same — Bad faith of insured as affecting estoppel of insurer
to set up falsity of answers in application, cause of agent's
knowledge of such falsity. — See 14 L. N. S. 239.

Same — Commission of, — allowance of to applicant as payment
of premium. — See 8 L. N. S. 884.

Same — Effect of general notification by, on arrival of policy,
when the company has substituted another form of policy for.
that applied for. — See 12 L. N. S. 421.

Same — Effect of insertion by, in the application of false
answers to questions correctly answered by the insured. — See
4 L. N. S. 607.

Same — Effect of knowledge of, acting in two capacities. — See
3 L. N. S. 444.

Same — Effect of mistake in designating location of prop-
erty.— See 2 L. N. S. 548.

Same — Employment of clerk by. — See 10 L. 609.

Same — ^^Knowledge of agent imputed to insurer. — Sec 1 L.
217.

Same — Knowledge of fraud of insurer's, as an estoppel of the
company. — Sec 5 L. 646; 16 L. 33.

Same — Liability of agent to insurance company for losses oc-
casioned by disobedience of instructions. — See 8 L. 702.

Same — Notice to as notice to principal. — See 1 L. 563.

Same — Same — To subagent, effect of. — See 21 L. 342.

Same — Power of — Of insurance to bind company by insuring
property in which he is interested personally or as agont, the
company having no notice of such interest. — See 9 L. N. S.
1084.

Same — Same — To liind company. — See 1 L. 482; 8 L. 72; 11 L.
341.

Same — Responsibility for acts of. — See 7 L. 217.

Same — Waiver by. — See 1 L. 217.

Same — When insurance agent is the agent of the insured. —
See 20 L. 277.

Alienation, recovery by insurer retaining a lien or insurable
interest after. — See 59 A. D. 304.

Application as part of policy. — See Kerr's Cyc. C. C. § 2605
and note pars. 2, 3.

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Application, misrepresentation or misstatement in, law gov-
erning-, effect of. — See 7 L. 217; 8 L. 70; 10 L. 666; 63 L. 864.

Application or insurance policy as governing in case of va-
riance. — See 11 A. C. 708.

Apportionment of loss, what constitutes double insurance
for purposes of. — See 15 L. 127.

Arbitration — Action on award. — See 10 L. 560.

Same — Agreements to submit disputes respecting to. — See 2
A. S. 565.

Same — Breach of agreement to submit to, as a defense to
action on policy. — See 10 L. 559.

Same — Condition precedent to action on insurance policy
when. — See 15 L. N. S. 1055-1077.

Same — Effect of failure of. — See 4 L. N. S. 288.

Same — Provision for, waiver. — See 10 L. 558.

Same — Revocation of submission to. — See 10 L. 560.

Same — Submission to — As a condition precedent to suit on
insurance contract containing a stipulation for arbitration- —
See 8 A. C. 171.

Same — Same — As condition precedent to action. — See 10 L.
558.

Same — Same — As waiver of notice of loss. — See 10 L. 560.

Same — Same — As waiver of proof of loss. — See 10 L. 560.

Same — Waiver of provision for submission to. — See 10 L. 558.

Arson with respect to insured property. — See Pen. C. § 548
and note.

Assessments — Failure to pay between day of accident and
time of death, effect of. — See 26 L. 112.

Same — Forfeiture for nonpayment of. — See 9 L. 189; see
"Forfeiture," this note.

Same — Liability of member of benefit society to action for. —
See 23 L. 435.

Same — Remedy for refusal to levy. — See 1 L. 246; 2 L. 786; 8
L. 115.

Assessment company — Right to change from assessment to
level policies. — See 1 L. N. S. 623.

Same — Right to change to level premium. — See 4 A. C. 361.

Assignability — As security for debt. — See 9 L. 662.

Same — Necessity that assignee have an insurable interest
in life. — See 9 L. 661.

Same — Of endowment. — See 9 L. 661.

Same — Of life insurance policy. — See 9 L. 660.

Same — Of policy taken out by wife on husband's life. — See 9
L. 663; 10 L. 259.

Same — Transferees of policy as members of mutual fire in-
surance company. — See 32 L. 482.



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