McClain's Annotated Statutes of the State Iowa, Showing the General Statutes in Force July 4, 1880

McClain's Annotated Statutes of the State Iowa, Showing the General Statutes in Force July 4, 1880

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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. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ...from and after the first day of January, 1882." 19 G. A., ch. 113, amends 18 G. A., ch. 194, so as to insert in place of the word "two," in the second line of this section, the word " three." 20 G. A., ch. 191, 8, repeals the provision in this section as amended appropriating $500 per annum for an assistant librarian. Sec. 4 of same act changes the salary of the librarian. See that section, inserted in supplement to page 944. The other sections of the act make temporary provision for assistants and purchase of books. 537. Sec. 1906. 19 G. A., ch. 175, 1, provides that the board shall make biennial reports to the governor ou or before the 15th day of August preceding the regular sessions of the general assembly: See that act in supplement to page 28.J 541. Sec. 1920. A lease for 999 years held not in-I v. D. M., I. & M. R. Co., 58-205. valid under this section: Todhunter 542. Sec. 1923. or as retained in his possession afterward: Howe e. Jones, 60-70. An instrument assigning a judgment need not be recorded to be valid as to third parties. The chose in action so assigned can not be regarded as in the possession of the assignor at the time of the transfer, Possession retained by vendor or mortgagor after recording the instrument, as authorized by this section and 1925, is strictly lawful and not fraudulent or a badge of fraud, unless such retention is a part of the consideration of the sale: Jordan v. Lendrum, 55478. A creditor who does not s cure a levy under attachment or execution before notice of an unrecorded sa'e or mortgage, is not protected: (following; Crayin v. Carmichaei, 2 Dill.. 519; Allen v. McCalla, 25-464) Crooks v. Stuart (U. S. C. C. for Iowa), 7 Fed. Rep., 800. Where more

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  • Paperback | 138 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236805828
  • 9781236805829