Reports of Cases Determined by the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri Volume 96

Reports of Cases Determined by the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri Volume 96

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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. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...municipal corporations. County 1). Powell, 22 M0. 525; Calla-way County '0. Nolley, 31 Mo.'393; School Directors '0. Georges, 50 Mo. 194; McCartney, Adm'zv, o. Alderson, 54 Mo. 320; Wielrerslzam 22. Wooclbeclc, 57 Mo. 59; B11/rch o. Winston, 57 Mo. 62, Neils-on '0. County, 60 Mo. 386; Abernathy o. Dennis; 49 Mo. 468; Railroad '0. McGee, 75 Mo. 522. (2) It is wholly immaterial whether the description of the premises contained in the deeds, establishing the chain of title to appellant, called for as much ground as was covered by the building situated upon said premises. Where actual possession is taken of more land than is actually called for by the deed under which possession of the whole is taken, the statute of limitations is a bar to a claim for all of the land so occupied. R. S. 1879, sec. 3223; Bradley o. West, 60 Mo. 33; Grijilh o. Schwenderman, 27 Mo. 412; Schultz v. Lindell, 30 Mo. 310; Cooper '0. Owl, 60 Mo. 420; Crispen o. Hannaoan, 50 Mo. 536. Leoerett Bell for respondent. (1) The power vested in the city of St. Louis to remove in a summary manner obstructions from its Conn. Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. City of St. Louis. streets, existed prior to the dedication of Market street. (2) The occupation by the appellant and its grantors of the obstruction, located on the street, has created in the appellant no property right, entitling it to an injunction. People '0. Pope, 53 Cal. 437; Lewis '0. Chattanooga, 2 Lea (Tenn.) 694; Ferrenbach o. Zhlrrzer, 86 Mo. 416. BRACE, J.--This is an action to restrain the city of St. Louis from removing, as an obstruction, without compensation, so much of a brick building on the south side of Market street, in said city, as projects beyond the line of said street, of which, as at present located, more

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  • United States
  • English
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