The Territories Law Reports Volume 4

The Territories Law Reports Volume 4

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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. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ... executing that instrument, he instructed the defendant to pay his indebtedness to one James Fleming, to McCaul and Rigncy and to one Coverton. and also to pay one Nugent $25; and that the defendant is entitled to charge against such balance the amount actually paid or allowed to those persons by the defendant in cash or in kind at its fair value. He claims that the instrument of 9th May, 1898, was in truth executed with identically the same object and for the same purpose as and in substitution for exhibit No. 1, and to carry out its intent, ---and this is obviously true no matter with what intention lo. 1 was executed--and that exhibit No. 1 was to have been destroyed or cancelled--and I also find this last menioned fact to be true. He also claims that there is a balance coming to him from the defendant out of the proceeds of the charge after payment of the defendant 's account and the payments to Fleming, McCaul and Rigney Coverton and Nugent, and he asks for an account and the payment of such balance. without any accounting the sum of 208 6s. 6d.; that the amount of $1,000 was made up (a) of the plaintiff's indebtedness to him on a store account, notes and otherwise, (b) the indebtedness of the plaintifl"s brother to him, (0) Fleming's account against the plaintiff, which he had paid at the time of the execution of that instrument, and (d) that he was to settle with.McCaul and Rigney and Coverton and William Young, also a creditor of the plaintiffs, on the best terms he could, and (e) have the benefit to himself of any margin he could get in so settling, and (f) that he.was to settle with one Sherman, another creditor of the plaintif f as far as Sherman 's account owing to the defendant would apply....show more

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  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 345g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236982851
  • 9781236982858