Notes on the Ohio and Ohio State Reports; Including the Citations of Each Case as a Precedent, First, by Any Ohio Court of Record, or Any Court of Last Resort in Any Jurisdiction of This Country; And, Second, by the Extensive and Volume 4

Notes on the Ohio and Ohio State Reports; Including the Citations of Each Case as a Precedent, First, by Any Ohio Court of Record, or Any Court of Last Resort in Any Jurisdiction of This Country; And, Second, by the Extensive and Volume 4

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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. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...wrongfully enjoined which is kept alive until after expiration of stated term, he has on dissolution to remainder of time unexpired on contract when he was enjoined in which to perform. Commencement of statute of limitations against action to enforce stockholder's liability. ' 50 OHIO ST. 208, ZIEVERINK v. KEMPER, 34 N. E. 250. Pleading fraud to prevent limitations. Cited in Stcarns v. Hochbrunn, 24 Wash. 214, 64 Pac. 165, holding complaint suflicient which contained a direct statement of time of discovery of fraud without further negativing idea that it could have been discovered sooner. Effect of amendment to pleadings on running of statute of limitations. Cited in Indianapolis Street Ry. v. Fearnaught, 40 Ind. App. 337, 82 N. E. 102, holding right of action saved from running of statute of limitations on flling of amended complaint, where facts set out in c'iginal and in amended complaint manifestly described same occurrence; Cincinnati Traction Co. v. Dorenkemper, 13 C. C. n. s. 100, 32 C. C. 242, on effect of amendment of petition on running of statute of limitations. Matter as evidence without formal introduction as such. Cited in Peterson v.'Wolf, 1 Neb. (Unof.) 243, 95 N. W. 332, holding a writ ten guaranty and subsequent letter although not offered in evidence but present-in court, read by one counsel in open court and considered by all parties as in evidence, will be considered so on appeal. When receiver may he uppniuicll. Cited in note in 72 Am. St. Rep. 50, as to when appointment of receiver is proper. Right of receiver to maintain action to enforce stockholders' liability. Cited in Kirtley v. Holmes. 52 L.R.A. 738, 46 C. C. A. 102, 107 Fed. 8, 45 O L. J. 217, 236, holding receiver of corporation could maintain...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 27mm | 939g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236882156
  • 9781236882158