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- Animus Contrahendi. Agreement Binding in Honour. Ousting the Jurisdiction. Repugnancy. Rose and Frank Company v. J. R. Crompton, Ltd., and Others et e contra.  2 K. B. 261 C.A.  A.C. 445
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- The Cambridge Law Journal, Vol. 2, No. 3 (1926), pp. 377-379
- Subjects: Law, British Studies, Geography
- Key terms: plaintiff, contract, court, turkey, legal, repugnancy, jurisdiction, pledge, treaty, unenforceable, gaming, order, decree, appellant, supreme, agreement, honourable, respondent, binding, good, english, domicile, arrangement, peace
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