The Chancery practice of the state of New York

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Page 138 - Compelling them to pay to the corporation, which they represent, or to its creditors, any money, and the value of any property, which they have acquired to themselves, or transferred to others, or lost, or wasted, by a violation of their duties.
Page 21 - That he is the petitioner herein; that he has read the foregoing petition and knows the contents thereof, and' that the same is true of his own knowledge, except as to the matters therein stated to be alleged on information and belief, and as to those matters he believes it to be true.
Page 144 - ... as far as known to the plaintiff, and if one or more of the parties, or the share or quantity of interest of any of the parties, be unknown to the plaintiff, or be uncertain or contingent, or the ownership of the inheritance depend upon an executory devise, or the remainder be a contingent remainder, so that such parties cannot be named, that fact must be set forth in the complaint.
Page 130 - ... requires or will be substantially promoted by such disposition, on account of any part of his said property being exposed to waste and dilapidation, or on account of its being wholly unproductive, or for any other peculiar...
Page 117 - The notice of the sale of lands lying in any of the cities of this State, in which a daily paper is printed, except where a different notice is required by law, or by the order of the court, shall be published in one or more of the daily papers of that city, for three weeks immediately previous to the time of sale, at least twice in each week.
Page 123 - ... by the general guardian of an» infant shall be a bond, in a penalty of double the amount of the personal estate of his ward, and of the gross amount or value of the rents and profits of the real estate, during his minority, together with at least two sufficient sureties, each of whom shall be worth the amount specified in the penalty of the bond, over and above all debts ; or, instead of personal security, the guardian may give security by way of mortgage on improved and unihcumbered real property,...
Page 141 - ... canceled, specifying the place of residence of each creditor and of every person to whom such engagements were made, if known, and if not known, the fact to be so stated; the sum owing to each creditor; the nature of each debt or demand; and the true cause and consideration of such indebtedness in each case.
Page 161 - ... a proportion of the costs and charges of the proceedings, to be ascertained by the court, according to the respective rights of the parties, and the proportion of such costs assessed upon the unknown owners, to be chargeable on the part remaining undivided...
Page 139 - ... and other officers, from collecting or receiving any debt or demand, and from paying out, or in any way transferring or delivering, to any person, any money, property, or effects of the corporation, during the pendency of the action ; except by express permission of the court.

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