The American and English Corporation Cases; A Collection of All Cases Affecting Corporations of Every Kind, Other Than Municipal and Railroad, Decided by the Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction in the United States, England, and Volume 8

The American and English Corporation Cases; A Collection of All Cases Affecting Corporations of Every Kind, Other Than Municipal and Railroad, Decided by the Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction in the United States, England, and Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...and appe1lee's statements were not true, and that he knew, at the time, that the bank statement and the statements made by him were "incorrect and untrue. Appellant alleges that in fact "the resources and assets were not as much by thousands of dollars as stated, and the amount due depositors was greater by thousands of dollars than stated. and that in reality there were no undivided profits, in fact no profits atall, but losses; so that the stock of 'the bank was worth only S65 per share, instead of the VVard v. Trimble S120, as the statement and representations showed same to be worth; and she asked damages in the sum of 8825, being the difference in the price from that paid and the real value. Appellee, by his answer, admitted the sale of the stock at S120 per share, and alleged that the sale was made to appellant through her agent, M. S. Tyler, who at the time of the sale was a director in the bank. Appellee denied making any statements or representations to Tyler as to the condition of the bank that were not true; denied that he knew the statement of the bank as published was not true; denied that the value of the stock was only S65 per share. In the second paragraph of the answer, appellee alleged that at the date of the sale to Tyler, as agent of appellant, Tyler was a stockholder, director, and attorney for the bank, and that he had the opportunity to know, and did know, of the condition of the bank, and its resources and liabilities, and that the statement of the bank of December 31, 1887, as stated in the petition, was signed by M. S. Tyler, a director of the bank, the same person who was the agent of appellant in the purchase of the stock. In athird paragraph, appe1lee pleads for answer that he was the...show more

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 490g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236864719
  • 9781236864710