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separately stated.-Joy v. Urban Motion Pic-
ture Industries, 200.
III. PLEA OR ANSWER, CROSS-COM-
(C) Traverses or Denials and Admissions.
Ins. Co. of America, 257.
Agency v. News Syndicate Co., 725.
V. DEMURRER OR EXCEPTION.
Om 193(7) (N.Y.App.Div.) On
V. Arrow Mfg. Corporation, 121,
topped from contesting facts alleged.-Drake v.
VI. AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTAL
232 (N.Y.Sup.) Court may on its own mo-
On 237(6) (N.Y.App.Div.) When trial
not fatal.–Rice v. Miner, 256.
Interstate Pulp & Paper Co. v. New York Trib-
-345(1) (N.Y.App.Div.) Complaint held
suflicient.-Packard v. Fox Film Corporation,
ings, see also the various specific topics. Use of author's name to advertise motion
Omw 345(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Judgment on pleadings
on theory that note was accommodation note
and purchase usurious not authorized.-Panzica
legality of use of voting machines, held not to
350(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Motion for judgment
strued on motion for judgment on pleadings.-
convenient method of determining whether for-
362 (3) (N.Y.App.Div.) Allegations denying
matters of public record in foreign jurisdiction
held improperly stricken as sham.-Schubach v.
Cw365(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Motion to strike out
legations more definite and certain, by giving
190(3) (N.Y.App.Div.) Injury by falling
PRINCIPAL AND SURETY.
II. NATURE AND EXTENT OF LIABILITY
Om79 (N.Y.App.Div.) Defalcation occurs
III. DISCHARGE OF SURETY.
On 123(3) (N.Y.Sup.) Indorser discharged by
checks as agreed.--Gerstein v. Weisbrott, 240.
IV. REMEDIES OF CREDITORS.
note was by agreement to be given potice of dis-
honor of checks secured by note held for jury.
-Gerstein v. Weisbrott, 240.
See Bills and Notes.
-9 (N.Y.App.Div.) Devisees' possession held
prima facie evidence of title.-Schick v. Wolf,
IV, COLONIAL AND PROPRIETARY
Oyster Bay, 842.
fecting comptroller's authority to audit.-Con-
tinental Guaranty Corporation v. Craig, 11.
court granting certiorari.-In re People's Gas
& Electric Co. of Oswego, 700.
PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS.
I. NATURE AND GROUNDS.
board.-In re Barrett, 20.
II. JURISDICTION PROCEEDINGS, AND
Omas 34 (N.Y.Sup.) Quo warranto proceeding to
review determination of canvassing board
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Fourteenth Street Co. V. D. A. Schulte, Inc..
737. See Street Railroads.
Mistake must be clear.-Id.
REFORMATORIES. Om76 (N.Y.App.Div.) Right to lay tracks on Om2 (N.Y.Sup.) Purpose of statutes relating street involves property right, and also right to to confinement in reformatories stated.-People diminish public use of street. -People ex rel. Le- ex rel. Haupt v. Lasch, 416. high Valley R. Co. v. State Tax Commission, 310.
REMAINDERS. VII. SALES, LEASES, TRAFFIC CON- ww15 (N.Y.Sur.) Proceeds of insurance
TRACTS, AND CONSOLIDATION. property devised should be invested by deposit. On 123 (N.Y.Sup.) Lease and modification ap
-In re Mullin's Estate, 758. proved by two-thirds of stock held binding. Peabody v. Interborough Rapid Transit Co.,
See Taxation, Parties to lease may waive unanimous con
REVIEW. sent of stockholders to modification.-Id. Powers of directors to lease 'cannot be re
See Appeal; Certiorari. voked by stockholders.--Id. Lease requiring unanimous consent of stock
ROADS. holders to reduction of rent illegal.-Id.
See Highways. 131 (N.Y.Sup.) Public policy as respects
SALES. leasing of railroad embodied in statute.-Pea- See Vendor and Purchaser. body v. Interborough Rapid Transit Co., 287.
133(4) (N.Y.Sup.) Guaranty of dividends 1. REQUISITES AND VALIDITY OF Coxby lessee held based on direct guaranty rather
TRACT. than on lease. Peabody v. Interborough Rapid Cur23(4) (N.Y.App.Div.) No unqualified acTransit Co., 287. Lease may provide for "guaranty" of divi- ceptance of buyer's offer to go on with contract
shown.-Watts v. Thomas Carter & Sons, 852. dends on lessor's stock.-Id. Lessee's obligation to pay dividends as rent
ww38 (9) (N.Y.App.Div.) Contract obtained held not to survive obligation to pay rent.-Id. by fraud can be voided only by timely exercise
of right to rescind.-Pallister v. New York
Stamping Co., 173.
48 (N.Y.Mun.Ct.) Violation of revenue (F) Accidents at Crossings.
statute does not make sale enforceable, unless 307 (4) (N.Y.App.Div.) Negligence cannot statute so provides.-Christophersen & Kiaer be predicated on want of flagman, gate, or auto
v. U. S. Nav. Co., 902. matic bell.-Gilliland v. Delaware & Hudson em 50 (N.Y.App.Div.) Buyer, retaining beneCo., 710.
fits and not showing damage, cannot counterREAL ACTIONS.
claim for part of price paid, because of fraud.
-Pallister v. New York Stamping Co., 173. See Ejectment; Forcible Entry and Detainer. Om 52 (5) (N.Y.App.Div.) Evidence held suffiRECORDS.
cient to show contract never completed.- Isaiou
Trading Corporation v. Standard Rice Co. of See Appeal, Om712–714.
New York, 849. Can 9(13) (N.Y.Sup.) Allegations of misstate
II. CONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACT. ments, mistakes, and irregularities in proceedings under Torrens Law held insufficient.-eww83 (N.Y.App.Div.) Words "f.o.b. cars" inRubin v. Smith, 861.
dicate delivery was to be made to railroad.Sarachen & Rosenthal y. Wilson & Co., 591.
Buyer must exercise option as to manner of REFORMATION OF INSTRUMENTS.
shipment by giving shipping directions.-Id. I. RIGHT OF ACTION AND DEFENSES. m20 (N.Y.Sup.) When granted, stated.-154 III. MODIFICATION OR RESCISSION OF West Fourteenth Street Co. v. D. A. Schulte,
CONTRACT. Inc., 737.
(C) Rescission by Buyer. em 21 (N.Y.Sup.) Lessee's silence in permit: w127 (N.Y.App.Div.) After waiver of time ting lessor to sign under misapprehension held element, notice necessary to restore it as esnoť fraud.-154 West Fourteenth Street Co. v. sential element.--Sarachen & Rosenthal v. WilD. A. Schulte, Inc., 737
son & Co., 591. C 25 (N.Y.Sup.) Mistake must be excusable. -154 West Fourteenth Street Co. v. D. A.
IV. PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT. Schulte, Inc., 737. em 26 (N.Y.Sup.) Lessor's negligence in sign
(C) Delivery and Acceptance of Goods. ing lease imputable to grantee.-154 West Four-nos 152 (N.Y.App.Div.) Shipping instructions teenth Street Co. v. D. A. Schulte, Inc., 737. condition precedent to seller's duty to deliver.
-Sarachen & Rosenthal v. Wilson & Co., 591. II. PROCEEDINGS AND RELIEF.
C 153 (N.Y.App.Div.) Refusal to receive fur. mw43 (N.Y.Sup.) Presumed lease carefully ther shipments waives tender.-Sarachen & prepared.-154 West Fourteenth Street Co. v. Rosenthal v. Wilson & Co., 591. D. A. Schulte, Inc., 737.
In absence of shipping instructions, no duty 45(1) (N.Y.Sup.) Proof of fraud or mistake to tender goods.-Id. must be clear and convincing.--154 West Four-o 153 (N.Y.Sup.) No valid tender of goods in teenth Street Co. v. D. A. Schulte, Inc., 737. warehouse, warehouseman not acknowledging
45(9) (N.Y.Sup.) Evidence held to show buyer as owner.-Robinson v. All-Lite Sales lease embodied agreement of parties.-154 West I Co., 260.
161 (N.Y.Sup.) Delivery to steamship line to steredores; "seaman.”-Martis v. Union
Cu 29(5) (N.Y.Sup.) State courts, though not
SET-OFF AND COUNTERCLAIM.
S. Job & Co. v. Sanders, 752.
I. REGULATION IN GENERAL.
S. Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corpora-
Where no cause of action against shipping
ERS IN GENERAL.
80 (N. Y. App. Div.) Ship's appliances not
warranted as seaworthy.-Tammis v. Panama
R, Co., 230.
387 (N.Y.App.Div.) Sufficiency and legal See Libel and Slander.
See Statutes, m101.
I. NATURE AND GROUNDS OF REMEDY IN
ment for deficiency, where vendor unable to
C10(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Abatement allowed for
in which goods obtainable.-Acunto
19 (N.Y.App.Div.) Decree not prevented
plaintiff's contract.- Baker v. Carlson, 224.
I. CONTRACTS ENFORCEABLE.
sume description in contract included entire
lot.-Clark v. Merinsky, 273.
1. POLITICAL STATUS AND RELATIONS.
Qw12(2) (N.Y.Sup.) Boundaries of New York
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III. PROPERTY, CONTRACTS, AND LIA.
Art. 1, $ 64202 N. Y. S. 149.
N. Y. S. 91.
Art. 2, § 5-202 N. Y. S. 401.
Art. 2, § 6-141 N. E. 907, 236 N. Y. 437;
202 N. Y. S. 20, 401.
Art. 7, § 7-202 N. Y. S. 582.
Art. 10, $ 2–202 N. Y. S. 401.
Art. 10, $ 3—202 N. Y. S. 745.
CIVIL PRACTICE ACT,
(Laws 1920, ch. 925.)
§ 7, subsec. 8–202 N. Y. S. 601.
§ 182—202 N. Y. S. 236.
$ 192—202 N. Y. S. 256.
$ 193–202 N. Y. S. 890.
250---202 N. Y. S. 81.
$$ 207, 208–202 N. Y. S. 586.
$ 213–202 N. Y. S. 113.
265–202 N. Y. S. 63, 754.
296–202 N. Y. S. 805.
324–202 N. Y. S. 30.
347–202 N. Y. S. 364.
350—202 N. Y. S. 599.
353–202 N. Y. S. 364.
$$ 458, 459—202 N. Y, S. 398.
612–202 N. Y. S. 99.
$8716–748—202 N. Y. S. 584.
$ 990–202 N. Y. S. 601.
88 1135, 1139--202 N. Y. S. 96.
1169–202 N. Y. S. 586.
1208–202 N. Y. S. 135.
1259--202 N. Y. S. 416.
1357-202 N. Y. S. 586.
1374–202 N. Y. S. 703.
1410, subsec. 1a-202 N. Y. S. 181.
ch, 663–202 N. Y, S. 635.
8 1411, subsec. 4202 N. Y. S. 601.
1412-202 N. Y. S. 601.
Y. S. 263.
$ 1444-141 N. E. 917. 236 N. Y. 465.
8 1577-142 N, E. 156, 236 N. Y. 488.
Rule 70—202 N. Y. S. 121.
Rule 106–202 N. Y. S. 164, 256, 401.
Rule 112—202 N. Y. S. 232, 256.
Rule 113-202 N. Y. S. 232, 301,
Rule 234–202 N. Y. S. 325.