New Jersey Equity Reports Volume 8

New Jersey Equity Reports Volume 8

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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. 1854 edition. Excerpt: ...Dollars, the other for Fourteen Hundred and Fifty Dollars. All of said Bonds I have destroyed, the dates of which I do not recollect; by my request they were left in my possession. "Ronnnr CAMPBELL, Sen'r.."8. Whitehead for the complainant../1. O. Zabriskie and William Pennington for the defendant. They cited 7 Paige, 137; 11 Wheaten, 258; 1 Jac. Walk. 204, 224; 2 St0ry's Eq. sec. 1039 and 40, 1839 and 40a and b, 1196, 1040c, note 1. Tm-: Crumcnrmon. The trust, in the deed from George G. Campbell to Robert Campbell, since deceased, was, that, from the proceeds of the property, a debt due from the said George G. to thesaid Robert Campbell should be first paid, and then, certain specified debts due from the said George G. Campbell to other persons. The property was sold by the trustee, in his lifetime. George G. Campbell, afterwards, assigned to Robert G. Campbell, his son, all his interest in the said trust deed; and this bill is exhibited by the said Robert G. Campbell, ' against the administrator of the estate of the said Robert Campbell, deceased. George G. Campbell is not made a party in the suit; but has been examined as a witness for the complainant, under objection to his competency. The question in the cause to which the great body of the testimony on both sides has been directed is, whether there is any subsisting claim against the trustee, under the provisions of the trust. The complainant examined George G. Campbell to prove, that the said debt due from him to Robert Campbell was paid by him the said George G., and with moneys not derived from the trust property, and thus to sustain his claim to an account. On the other side, a great amount and variety of testimony has been taken, to disprove the...show more

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  • Paperback | 314 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 562g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236769929
  • 9781236769923