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joint liability

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  • It was hoped that this settlement would be permanent since it was founded on the joint liability of all the European states, a principle recognized by the Vienna Congress and the maintenance of which was guaranteed both by Prussia and Austria.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • At the time of Mr. Slater's death he had a joint liability on the firm account in certain notes which had been discounted at the firm's bank, and also in a loan made to the firm by the Standard Oil Company.

    The Romance and Tragedy

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