Nebraska Reports Volume 30

Nebraska Reports Volume 30

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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. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...or either of them, or in which they, or either of them, have any right, title, or interest, legal or equitable, and that the same may by proper orders be subjected to the payment and satisfaction of the plaintitf's judgment aforesaid; that the said mortgages to the defendant, Druse, described in said petition, one dated September 11, 1888, and the other dated December 6, 1888, may be, each of them, held fraudulent, null, and void, and be canceled, set aside, and held for naught, and the property dcscribed and included in said mortgages as therein before named might be, each and every part thereof, adjudged the property of the defendant, Julius O. Chase, and liable for the satisfaction of the plaintifi"s said judgment; that the defendants, and each of them, might be charged with whatever property, or legal or equitable interests in property, which they may have in their possession or under their control, in which the defendants, Julius O. Chase and J. W. Walters, or either of them, have any interest or claim, and for costs. This petition was sworn to in positive form, by Chas. Offutt, as attorney for the plaintiff. The defendant O. M. Druse made and filed his separate answer to said petition, in which he denied all of the allegations therein contained, except as to the corporate character of the plaintiff, and such allegations thereof as might be in his said answer thereafter admitted t_o be true.. He alleged that the said Julius O. Chase was justly indebted to him in the sum of $3,500, and to secure said indcbtedness, executed the mortgages mentioned in paragraphs four and five of the plaintifi"s petition; that said mortgages were given in good faith and to secure a bona fide indebtedness; and that both of said more

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