Pleadings, Parties and Forms Under the Code; Adapted to the Statutes of Ohio in Force July, 1881, with Full Authorities from All States Using a Code and Decisions from the Common Law Practice Volume 1

Pleadings, Parties and Forms Under the Code; Adapted to the Statutes of Ohio in Force July, 1881, with Full Authorities from All States Using a Code and Decisions from the Common Law Practice Volume 1

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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. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...against the pledgor until demand by the pledgor and refusal, only after which is the possession adverse. Whelan v. Kinsley, 26 O. S. 131. BANK. 1. NEGLECT T0 PRESENT OR PROTEST NOTE OR BILL. cA1'rION, and averment of corporate character, p. 235. On the day of, defendant received from plaintifil being a dcpositor at defendant's bank, a promissory note, the property of plaintiff, calling for dollars, dated, due in, and in---days after date, made by i, payable to dorsed by and Defendant, in consideration of plaintifi"s leaving said note with it for collection, and of plaintifl"s trust and confidence in defendant if there was any other consideration paid or promiserl, state it, accepted the same for collection and agreed to use due diligence in duly demanding payment: !cents, and in default thereof taking due steps to charge the indorsers. Said defendant neglected to make due presentment of said note to the maker or, said note was not paid by the maker, but defendant negligently omitted to give due notice thereof to the indorsers, and said maker is insolvent and said note can not be collected from him, by reason whereof plaintiff has wholly lost the amount due on said note, to his damage dollars, for which he asks judgment. VERIFICATION-Q., G. & S., Attorneys for plaintiff. 2. NEGLECTING TO COLLECT. Continue from 3: . Said maker of said note was ready and willing to pay said note on the day of maturity, and would have paid the same, but defendant negligently omitted to present the same for payment, and shortly thereafter said maker became and still is insolvent, whereby plaintiff has wholly lost dollars, the amount due on said note. In suing a collection agency or bank for non-presentment for payment, the parties from whoshow more

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  • United States
  • English
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