Reports of Civil and Criminal Cases Decided by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky Volume 84

Reports of Civil and Criminal Cases Decided by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky Volume 84

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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. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...Representatives v. Bncon's Ex'rs, 1 Mon.. 108; Scott v. Marshall, &c., 5. J. J. M., 433; Daniels v. Dils, 4 Ky. Law Rep., 836.) 4. The failure of the sheriff to pursue the directory provisions of the statute in regard to making sales under execution does not render the sale void, unless the purchaser participated in the irregularity. (Layne, &c., v. Davidson, Ky. Law Journal, vol. 1, No. 9. p. 457; Kilby v. Haggin, 3 J. J. M., 213; Valker and wire v. McKnight, 15 B. M, 476;, Hayden, &c., v. Dunlap, 3 Bibb, 216; Buler's Heirs v. Bullitt's Heirs, 3 Mer., 280; Faris, &c., v. Banton, 6 J.J. M., 237.) 5. A sale of land under execution will not be held void on account of an error of the clerk. which may be amended without. prejudice. leaving all parties in the same position they would have occupied had the execution issued correctly at first. (Wright v. Wright 6 Green, 415; Chase v. Gilman, 15 Maine, 64; Colby v. Ioody, 19 Maine, 111; Smith v. Keen, 26 Maine, 420'; Rollins v. Rich, 27 Maine, 557; Morrell v. Cook, 31 Maine, 120; Campbell v. Stites, 9 Mass., 217; Blake v. Blanchard. 48 Maine, 297; Burrell v. Burrell, 10 Mass, 221; McGee v. Barber, 14 Pick., 212; Currier v. Bartlett, 122 Mass, 133; Avery v. Bowman, 40 N. H., 4-33; Perry v. Whipple, 38 Vt., 278; Willard v. Whipple, 40 Vt., 219; Phelps v. Ball, 1 Johns. Cas., 31; Bissell v. Kiss, 5 Johns, 100; Jackson '. W&ll8T, 4 Wend., 462; Jackson v. Anderson, 4 Wend., 474; Prescott v. Prescott, 42 Maine, 428; Corthell v. Egery, Al. Law Jour., vol. 27. No. 10, p. 194.) 6. Where property is sold under execution. the law presumes a levy in the absencepf any return that it was levied upon. (11 Johnson, 515; 19 Johnson, 347; Evans v. Davis, &c., 3...show more

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 408g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236887719
  • 9781236887719