The Law Reports; Indian Appeals

The Law Reports; Indian Appeals : Being Cases in the Privy Council on Appeal from the East Indies ... Volume 21

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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. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...John Nepean. " That on the 3rd day of June, 1871, this transfer was duly effected, and the mortgage deed remained with the said John N epean, as evidence of the nature of the transaction." The plaint then proceeded to state the payments made by John Nepean, and to charge that he had, by collecting the rents and profits of the land, fully paid and satisfied any claim he might have in respect of the mortgage, and concluded with the usual prayer for accounts, and to be allowed to redeem on payment of any balance still due. The Respondents in their written statement, after admitting the Appellant's acquisition of the lands and the mortgage of 1870, proceeded: -----.... About two days before the said lands would have been forfeited for default in payment of the purchase-money and interest thereon, the Plaintifl' requested the said John Nepean. who, with the concurrence of the Revenue Officer of the Local Government, agreed to accept an absoluteo and unconditional transfer to him of the whole of the interest of the Plaintiff in the said lands, and in consideration thereof to cancel the said mortgage of 1870, to release the Plaintiff from his covenant to repay the 3000 rupees and interest secured thereby and other debts, ancl to pay, and indemnify the Plaintiff from all liability to pay, the balance of the purchase-money of the said lands and the interest due thereon; that this agreement was carried into effect by the said Revenue Officer; that the unconditional transfer of the said lands to John Nepean was registered according to the said rules hereinbefore referred to; and that the said John N epean was put into possession of the said lands by the order of the said Revenue Officer. They admit that the said transfer was...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236965523
  • 9781236965523