A Book of Forms for Practice in the Courts, and for Conveyancing; Also, for the Use of Public Officers and Men of Business Generally, with Explanatory Remarks, and Numerous Precedents and References to Standard Authorities Volume 1

A Book of Forms for Practice in the Courts, and for Conveyancing; Also, for the Use of Public Officers and Men of Business Generally, with Explanatory Remarks, and Numerous Precedents and References to Standard Authorities Volume 1

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...plaintiff (date), by means whereof the defendant then and there became liable to pay to the plaintiff the said sum specified in said note, but the defendant has failed to pay said sum or any part thereof, etc. (as above). Executor or Administrator of Payee against Maker. (Same as preceding form to the end of copy of note.) And the said defendant then and there delivered the said note to (the deceased) in his lifetime. And the said (deceased) having first made his will wherein he appointed the plaintiff his executor, died (date), said will was duly admitted to probate and letters testamentary thereon duly granted to plaintiff (date), to wit, at the county aforesaid, (or, and the said (deceased) afterward, to wit, (date), died intestate and letters of administration were duly granted on his estate to the plaintiff (date) at the county aforesaid). But defendant has failed to pay said note or any part thereof, etc. (as above). Bills of Exchange. Drawer against Acceptor of Bill Payable to Third Person Returned ta and Taken up by Drawer. The plaintiff, to wit on the (date of bill), at the county aforesaid, made and delivered to (payee of the bill), his bill of ex change, whereof, as also of the acceptance thereof hereinafter mentioned, the following is a copy: (Here insert copy of the bill and acceptance.) The defendant, to wit, on the (date of acceptance or about it), at the county aforesaid, accepted the said bill in writing upon Bight thereof, according to the custom of merchants. When the said bill became due, to wit, on the, at the county aforesaid, the said bill so accepted as aforesaid was duly presented and shown to the defendant for payment thereof, but neither the defendant nor any person or persons on his behalf did or would then, or...show more

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  • Paperback | 418 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 22mm | 744g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236775171
  • 9781236775177