Oklahoma Reports Volume 41

Oklahoma Reports Volume 41

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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. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...Grant November 19, 1898. That /Vhit M. Grant and his wife conveyed the land to the defendant, Salisbury, by warranty deed.lay 3, 1900. The court below found that the alfidavit for publication service in the action of '. '. Grant against James 13. Price was insufiicient in form, and that the district court did not acquire jurisdiction in the foreclosure suit on account thereof, and that the sale of the land in controversy under the decree was void, and that the sheriff's deed did not convey title to Vhit M. Grant. Also, that the tax deed issued by the county treasurer of Oklahoma county to Vhit.l. Grant November 16, 1898, did convey the land in controversy, and gave a perfect title thereto to VVhit.I. Grant, and that 'hit.I. Grant conveyed and gave a valid title to the defendant, George Salisbury. The court also made a general finding on the issues in said cause for the defendant, George Salisbury: and against the plaintiff, and found that the defendant was entitled to a decree quieting the title to the land in controversy in the defendant as prayed in his cross-petition. The court decreed according to these findings. The plaintifi' ex cepted to the findings, judgment, and decree, and appealed to this court by petition in error and case-made, after the overruling of his motion for new trial. Numerous assignments are made in the petition in error; but only one is argued in the brief of counsel for plaintiff in error, that is, that Whit M. Grant could not obtain title to the land in controversy under the tax deed by reason of the fact that the mortgagee, VV. W. Grant, was his brother, and that he acted as agent for his brother in making the mortgage loan. and as attorney for his brother in the foreclosure suit, and that on...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 581g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236795733
  • 9781236795731