Supplement to the Wisconsin Statutes of 1898; Containing All General Laws Enacted at the Regular Sessions of 1899, 1901, 1903, 1905 and the Special Session of 1905

Supplement to the Wisconsin Statutes of 1898; Containing All General Laws Enacted at the Regular Sessions of 1899, 1901, 1903, 1905 and the Special Session of 1905 : Annotated with Notes of All Wisconsin Cases Through the January 1906

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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. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... to deny his liability to the payee thereon, 0'18 the latter was not a party to the compromise. Ibid. _ _ 61, Payment before due of the interest on a note is 3'S11fil0l8llt consideration for an agree!!! to extend the time for payment of the principal. Grace v. Lyn. 6. h interest Where such an agreement is fully executed on the one part by the payment of t d6 'min I: it is not within the statute of frauds, though not in writing and not to be P1' m' W' year. Ibid. _ _ _ 0 use" An extension of the time for payment of a renewal note without the gggrgglgasgn 'Janka of one of the makers does not discharge him, although he was merely all his womm_ of the original note, where the renewal was accepted at his sole request and for dation and benefit alone. First Nat. Bk. v. Jones, 92 Wis. 36. 0. am If, after learning of an extension of the time for payment_of a note, 5 "Yet? """ng uz liability thereon by giving a collateral note for the debt_ or in any other W117 fl_111 promise to pay the same, he remains liable notwithstanding such extension. that am" An agreement to take new notes for those in suit, payable at a later datekiici V H 50 nor on any new consideration, is invalid, and does not release a sui'oty-J3 "Y-' Wis. 349. W An agreement to extend the time of payment of a note past (1%, "f" 75:51:77 gfifllwfi days," is a good agreement to extend for a definite period of at least twenty S' v. Prouty 50 Wis. 592.-f An agneement of the holder of a note past due, with the maker, to eirtfilfd $213" gmgfigt ment for a. definite period, in consideration of an usurious prom Hm Pa"1_"' ' the knowledge or acquiescence of the...show more

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