Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Chancery of the State of New York, Volum 2

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Side 123 - My will is that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid out of my estate as soon after my decease as shall be found convenient.
Side 209 - The rule for casting interest, when partial payments have been made, is to apply the payment, in the first place, to the discharge of the interest then due. If the payment exceeds the interest, the surplus goes towards discharging the principal, and the subsequent interest is to be computed on the balance of principal remaining due.
Side 634 - He is not to be allowed for the costs of any suit brought by him against an insolvent from whom he is unable to collect his costs, unless such suit is brought by order of the court, or by the consent of all persons interested in the funds in his hands. But he may, by leave of the court, sell such desperate debts, and all other doubtful claims to personal property, at public auction, giving at least ten days' public notice of the time and place of such sale.
Side 399 - ... it is too late to object to the jurisdiction of the Court, on the ground that the plaintiff has an adequate remedy at law, which he might have pursued.
Side 634 - ... unless restricted by the special order of the court, have general power and authority to sue for and collect all the debts, demands and rents belonging to such debtor, and to compromise and settle such as are unsafe and of a doubtful character. He may also sue in the name of...
Side 130 - It cannot at this day be argued, that, because the testator uses in one part of his will words having a clear meaning in law, and in another part other words inconsistent with the former, that the first words are to be cancelled or overthrown.
Side 149 - No person is justified in putting his name as a subscribing witness to a will unless he knows from the testator himself that he understands what he is doing. The witness should also be satisfied, from his own knowledge of the state of the testator's mental capacity, that he is of sound and disposing mind and memory. By placing his name to the instrument, the witness, in effect, certifies to his knowledge of the mental capacity of the testator; a_nd that the will was executed by him freely and understandingly,...
Side 171 - We may lay it down as a broad general principle that wherever one of two innocent persons must suffer by the acts of a third, he who has enabled such third person to occasion the loss must sustain it
Side 634 - He may also sue in the name of the debtor, where it is necessary or proper for him to do so, and he may apply for and obtain an order of course that the tenants of any real estate belonging to the debtor, or of which he is entitled to the rents and profits, attorn to such receiver and pay their rents to him. He shall also be permitted to make leases from time to time as may be necessary, for terms not exceeding one year.
Side 19 - there are many parties standing in the same situation, as to their rights or claims upon a particular fund, and, where the shares of a part cannot be determined, until the rights of all the others are settled or ascertained, as in the case of creditors of an insolvent estate or residuary legatees, all the parties interested in the fund must in general be brought before the Court, so that there may be but one account, and one decree, settling the rights of alI.

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