Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Chancery, the Prerogative Court, And, on Appeal, in the Court of Errors and Appeals of the State of New Jersey, Volume 8

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MacCrellish & Quigley, 1882 - Equity
 

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Page 483 - provides that the signature shall be made or acknowledged by the testator in the presence of two or more witnesses, present at the same time, and that such witnesses shall attest and shall subscribe the will in the presence of the testator. In
Page 67 - which shall not be accompanied by an immediate delivery and followed by an actual and continued change of possession of the things mortgaged, shall be absolutely void as against creditors,
Page 485 - made by the testator, or the making thereof acknowledged by him, and such writing declared to be his last will in the presence of two witnesses present at the same time, who shall subscribe their names thereto as witnesses in the presence of the testator.
Page 290 - in case of any other insurance upon the property hereby insured, whether made prior or subsequent to the date of this policy, the assured shall be entitled to recover of this company no greater proportion of the loss sustained than the sum hereby insured bears to the whole amount insured thereon,
Page 264 - agreement should be prepared and signed, is some evidence that they did not intend to bind themselves until the agreement was reduced to writing' and signed. But, nevertheless, it is always a question of fact, depending upon the circumstances of the particular case, whether the parties had not completed their negotiations and concluded a contract definite and complete in
Page 272 - to satisfy the statute of frauds, the agreement shall be binding, although the parties may have declared that the writing is to serve only as instructions for a formal agreement, or although it may be an express term that a formal agreement shall be
Page 499 - on each share held by him the sum necessary to complete the amount of such share, as fixed by the charter of the company, or such proportion of that sum as shall be required to satisfy the debts of the company." 4. In a suit by a judgment creditor against stockholders of a corporation to compel payment of their unpaid subscriptions to the capital
Page 485 - Four things are required, first, that the will shall be in writing; secondly, that it shall be signed by the testator; thirdly, that such signature shall be made by the testator, or the making thereof acknowledged by him in the presence of two witnesses; fourthly, that it shall be declared to be his last will
Page 15 - not only to hold his land, but to hold it in peace, and if he wishes to sell it, to be reasonably sure that no flaw or doubt will come up to disturb its marketable value. The court cannot satisfactorily or conclusively
Page 569 - Subscriptions to capital stock are a trust fund for the payment of the debts of the corporation. The trust is created for the benefit of creditors as a class. All the creditors of the corporation have a common interest in this fund, and are entitled to share in it

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