Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri Volume 281

Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri Volume 281

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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. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...64 Pae. trell v. Krum, 100 Mo. 402; Judd v. Walker, 215 Mo. 330; State ex rel. v. Hawkins, 103 Mo. App. 254; Bent v. Priest, 86 Mo. 475. (8) The demurrers in the case of both defendants were properly overruled. Judd v. Wlalker, 215 Mo. 335; Corder v. O'Neill, 176 Mo. 436; Rutledge v. Tarr, 9'5 Mo. App. 2'68. (9') The testimony as to the market value of the land was immaterial and properly excluded. Johnson v. Gravitt, 86 N. W. 256; Bergeron v. Miles, 60 N. W. 783. (10) The court correctly gave plaintiffs' instruction numbered 3. Bergeron v. Miles, 60 N. W. 78-31; Rutledge v. Tarr, 95 Mo. App. 268.; Mayo v. Wahlgren, 50 Pac. 44; Jefferson City Savings Assn. v. Morrison, 48 Mo. 274; Caldwell v. Henry, 76 Mo. 257; McBeth v. Craddock, 28 Mo. App. 398; Arthur v. Wlheeler and W. M. Co., 12 Mo. App.-341. (11) The verdict and judgment are for the right parties and should be affirmed. Judd v. Walker, 2'15' Mo. 333; Monmouth College v. Dockery, 241 Mo. 522. WHITE, C.--Th'e plaintiffs, in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, June 6, 1917, in an action for fraud and deceit, recovered judgment against the defendants in the sum of $11,835.95, and the defendants appealed. The suit was begun against Lyons and Fred Meyn, and afterwards, on the suggestion of the death of M'eyn, his administrator, Strother, was made party defendant, and an amended petition was filed. The amended petition on which the trial was had alleged in substance that in June, 1911, and for a long time prior thereto, the plaintiffs were well acquainted with" Lyons and Meyn and reposed confidence in them; that in the forep-art of June, 1911, Lyons and Meyn represented to plaintiffs that they had an ofier of two tracts of land in Kansas City, Kansas, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 572g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123686445X
  • 9781236864451