Colorado Reports Volume 37

Colorado Reports Volume 37

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...the name of another than the judgment debtor, on the ground that it had been placed in the name of such other person to defraud creditors, evidence was admissible under a. general denial that the funds for the purchase and improvements upon such lot were furnished from the resources of the one in whose name stood the title.--P. 391. 2. Appellate Practice--Findings--Conflicting Evidence. Where the evidence is substantially conflicting, the findings of the trial court will not be disturbed on appeal.--P. 392. Appeal from the District Court of Rio Grande County. Hon. C. C. Holbrook, Judge. Action by James P. Veerkamp against George W. Goodrich and Beatrice Curtiss. From a judg-' ment in favor of defendants, plaintiff appeals. Affirmed. Mr. J. M. RICKARDS and Mr. JAMEs P. VEERKAMP, for appellant. Mr. J ESSE STEPrIENsoN, for appellee. Mr. JUsTIoE GUNTER delivered the opinion of the court: This was an action to subject a certain village lot standing in the name of-Beatrice Curtiss to a judgment against George W. Goodrich. A trial to the court resulted in findings and judgment for the defendants. The case is here on appeal. _ The complaint charged, inter alia-, that the real estate in question was in fact the property of the judgment debtor--the defendant Goodricl1--and that it had been placed in the name of his co-defendant, -Beatrice Curtiss, for the purpose of defrauding the creditors of Goodrich and among them this plaintiff. The answer denied certain material allegations of the complaint, among them the a.verments just cited _ as to ownership and fraud. Certain improvements had been made on the lot in question, among them a residence and out-buildings. The lot was in value about $100.00, the improvements thereon about $500.00. As tending to...show more

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