Bradbury's Forms of Pleading in Legal and Equitable Actions; Adapted to Codes of Procedure Volume 1

Bradbury's Forms of Pleading in Legal and Equitable Actions; Adapted to Codes of Procedure 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. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...to it, all moneys received or held on its account, but did collect and receive in the course of his employment as the plaintiff's agent, and on its account, over and above his commissions as agreed, the sum of $, which sum, although duly demanded of him, he failed to render up and pay to the plaintiff herein, and which sum is still due and owing to this plaintiff. That prior to the day of, 19, the plaintiff duly notified these defendants of the said default on the part of the said P., and made due demand upon them for the payment of said sum, and that the said sum has not been paid by the defendants. VII. The plaintiff contends that it is entitled to collect and receive from these defendants the aforesaid sum of $, with interest thereon from the day of, 19, under the terms of the aforesaid bond hereto annexed and marked Exhibit "B," and the defendants on their part contend that they should not be required to pay said sum to this plaintiff inasmuch as the default on the part of the said P. to meet his obligations under his agreement with plaintiff occurred after the plaintiff's monthly guaranty of $ per month to the said P. had been withdrawn pursuant to the stipulation hereto annexed and marked Exhibit "C," which said controversy upon the foregoing agreed facts is hereby submitted to this court for its determination. WHEREFORE demand for money judgment. Form No. 377 Underwriter' Agreement With Trust Company for Oonstruction of Hotel' I. That K. T. Co., the plaintiff above named, is a domestic 1 From Knickerbocker Trust Co. v. Garden, 113 App. Div. 825; 99 Supp. 620; in which this complaint was sustained on demurrer. corporation duly authorized to loan money on real and personal securities. II....show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236966686
  • 9781236966681