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perishable property — Property subject to decay, deterioration, or depreciation. Anno: 3 ALR3d 595 § 1. Precisely, property which by its inherent nature is subject to immediate decay, Anno: 3 ALR3d 597 604, to decay in a short time. Illinois Cent. Railroad Co. v… … Ballentine's law dictionary
incompetency — Inefficiency; a lack of some requisite ability. Anno: 4 ALR3d 1095. Inadequacy or insufficiency, either physical or mental, as the incompetency of a child for hard labor or of an idiot for intellectual labor. Brandt v Godwin, 24 NYSE 305, 3 NYS… … Ballentine's law dictionary
American Law Reports — In American law, the American Law Reports are a resource used by American lawyers to find a variety of sources relating to specific legal rules, doctrines, or principles. It has been published since 1919 and remains an important tool for legal… … Wikipedia
American Law Reports — Reports of selected leading cases decided by state and federal appellate courts, cited under the familiar abbreviations ALR, ALR2d, and ALR3d, beginning with cases decided in 1918, continuing with the publication of current cases through the… … Ballentine's law dictionary
inefficiency — Incompetency; a lack of some requisite ability. Anno: 4 ALR3d 1095. Incapability, as for a public office. State ex rel. Rockwell v State Board of Education, 213 Minn 184, 6 NW2d 251, 143 ALR 503. See efficient. In ejus unius persona veteris… … Ballentine's law dictionary
quick sale statute — A statute permitting a judicial sale of perishable property under terms intended to expedite the sale. Anno: 3 ALR3d 596 604 … Ballentine's law dictionary
unitary award — An award for alimony and child support combined. Anno: 2 ALR3d 599, § 3 … Ballentine's law dictionary