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absolute acquired action advances agreement alleged amount due appear assignment authority Bank barred bill bona fide purchaser bond chose in action cited claim condition contract conveyance conveyed Court of Chancery court of equity covenant creditor debtor decree defendant discharge doctrine effect ejectment enforce entitled equity of redemption executed existence extinguished fact foreclose foreclosure fraud gage granted grantor heirs held holder incumbrance indorsements instrument intended interest Jones judgment land legal title liability loan ment Minn mort mortgage debt mortgaged premises mortgagor N. J. Eq notice opinion owner paid parol parties payment person plaintiff possession power of sale principle prior purpose question railroad real estate real property recover remedy rents and profits right of redemption right to redeem rule Schoonhoven sold statute of frauds statute of limitations subrogation subsequent suit supra SUPREME COURT thereof tion transaction transfer
Page 45 - The relief granted to the plaintiff, if there be no answer, cannot exceed that which he shall have demanded in his complaint; but in any other case, the court may grant him any relief consistent with the case made by the complaint and embraced within the issue.
Page 83 - From time to time to borrow such sums of money as may be necessary for completing and finishing or operating their railroad, and to issue and dispose of their bonds for any amount so borrowed, and to mortgage their corporate property and franchises to secure the payment of any debt contracted by the company for the purposes aforesaid...
Page 190 - Equitable estoppel is the effect of the voluntary conduct of a party whereby he is absolutely precluded, both at law and in equity, from asserting rights which might, perhaps, have otherwise existed, either of property, of contract, or of remedy...
Page 45 - When the motion is to be made upon the minutes of the court, and the ground of the motion is the insufficiency of the evidence to justify the verdict or other decision...
Page 91 - ... giving and granting unto my said attorney full power and authority to do and perform all and every act and thing whatsoever requisite and necessary to be done in and about the premises, as fully to all intents and purposes as I might or could do if personally present, with full power of substitution and revocation, hereby ratifying and confirming all that my said attorney or his substitute shall lawfully do or cause to be done by virtue hereof.
Page 246 - Every such conveyance not so recorded is void as against any subsequent purchaser in good faith and for a valuable consideration, from the same vendor, his heirs or devisees, of the same real property or any portion thereof, whose conveyance is first duly recorded.
Page 196 - The question is upon the intention, actual or presumed, of the person in whom the interests are united.
Page 38 - To have and to hold the same, together with all and singular the appurtenances...
Page 403 - The mortgagee has his strict rights which he may enforce in the ordinary way. If he asks no favors he need grant none. But if he calls upon a court of chancery to put forth its extraordinary powers and grant him purely equitable relief, he may with propriety be required to submit to the operation of a rule which applies in such cases, and do equity in order to get equity.
Page 436 - All deeds, mortgages and other instruments of writing which are authorized to be recorded, shall take effect and be in force from and after the time of filing the same for record, and not before, as to all creditors and subsequent purchasers, without notice; and all such deeds and title papers shall be adjudged void as to all such creditors and subsequent purchasers, without notice, until the same shall be filed for record.