A Treatise on the American Law of Attachment and Garnishment; A Complete Statement of the General Principles Applied by the Courts of Review and of the Common Rules Governing the Practice, Under All Statutes Volume 1

A Treatise on the American Law of Attachment and Garnishment; A Complete Statement of the General Principles Applied by the Courts of Review and of the Common Rules Governing the Practice, Under All Statutes Volume 1

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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. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ... required by the otficer to give notice in case a second attachment was attempted. Bridge v. Vyman, 14 Mass. 190. 2. Schepler v. Garristan, 2 Bay (S. 0.) 224. 3. Bradstreet v. Ingalls, 24 Atl. Rep. 858, 84 Me. 276. As to the proper manner in general of levying upon the shares or interest in a vessel, as well as upon the vessel itself, see Conn v. Caldwell, 6 Ill. (1 Gilm.) 531; Taacks v. Schmidt, 18 Abb. (N. Y.) Pr. 307; Seabrook v. Ruse, Riley (S. C.) Ch. 127. 4. Briggs v. Strange, 17 Mass. 405. 5. Woodworth v. Lemmerman, 9 La. Ann. 524. See also Kneeland v. Cowles, 4 Chand. (Wis.) 46; Pelham v. Rosep, 9 Wall. (U. S.) 103; Anthony v. Wood, 96N. Y. 18, s. c. 67 How. (N. Y.) Pr. 424; and Naser v. First Nat. Bank, 116 N. Y. 492, s. c. 22 N. E. Rep. 1077. If the oflicer seizes a demand it is his duty to collect it and hold it without waiting for an order of court or a termination of the suit. Davidson 1: . Chatham Bank, 32 Hun (N. Y..) 13$. But written instrument can not be A judgment can not be attached by a seizure in the hands of a clerk of the court by which it was rendered; such clerk being merely a keeper of the records, he has no legal possession of, or control over it.' Shares of stock in a foreign corporation can not, in the absence of a statutory provision therefor, be levied upon by a seizure of certificates within the state.' But where the stock has been assigned as collateral security, the attachment should be made by summoning the person in whose name it is held, as garnishee.' Certificates of membership in a benevolent association, it seems, need not be taken into the actual custody of the sheriff; as, for example, where A was a member of a benevolent association, which, at the time of his death, had not...show more

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  • Paperback | 346 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 18mm | 617g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123686428X
  • 9781236864284