Banking Laws; An ACT to Revise the Statutes of the State of New York Relating to Banks, Banking and Trust Companies. Passed July 1, 1882

Banking Laws; An ACT to Revise the Statutes of the State of New York Relating to Banks, Banking and Trust Companies. Passed July 1, 1882

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...as hereinbefore directed, and shall be paid to the stockholders upon whom any such debts or liabilities were apportioned in just and equal proportion to the sums contributed and paid by them. Appeal 149. No appeal from any determination or order of order a justice of the supreme court, made pursuant to sections stayexe-one hundred and twenty-nine, one hundred and thirty unless Od one hundred and thirty-one, one hundred and thirty-two and one hundred and thirty-three of this act shall suspend or delay the execution of such order or the effect of such determination, unless shall be filed, with the notice of the appeal to the clerk of the court, a certificate of a justice of the supreme court, to the effect that there is probable error in such order or determination, nor unless security be given satisfactory to such justice for the payment of the demand upon which the proceedings in those sections may be founded, whenever judgment shall be rendered therefor, with interest at the rate of ten per centum and costs. 150. No appeal from any order or determination N appeal j ii1 n from order made pursuant to section one hundred and thirty-four of under seo v J tion 134, to this act shall suspend or delay the execution of such order 8-? -xeor the effect of such determination, unless there be filed, ""Jurfty together with the notice of appeal to the clerk of thels given. court, a certificate in all respects corresponding with that required in the last preceding section, nor unless security be given satisfactory to the justice granting such certificate to indemnify the stockholders upon whose application such order or determination was made, against all damages, costs, expenses and losses, by reason of any debt or liability...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236489373
  • 9781236489371