Ohio Valley Glass Company - Pleasant City, Ohio

J.S. Sullivan vs. Ohio Valley Glass - Petition to Set Aside Mortgage

[Newspaper]

Publication: The Cambridge Jeffersonian

Cambridge, OH, United States
vol. 74, no. 34, p. 4, col. 5-6


CIRCUIT COURT

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Decisions Announced Friday

Afternoon and Judges Go Home.


Fifteen Cases of Much Local

Interest and Importance Heard.

Some May Go to Supreme

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J.B. Sullivan vs. The Ohio Valley Glass Co. Suit on cross petition by the receiver of the Glass Co. to set aside a mortgage of $4,000 on the property of the Glass Co. on the ground that it was in fraud of subsequent creditors. This mortgage was claimed to be valid because all stockholders agreed to it and it was properly recorded in the Recorder's office before these creditors became such. The common pleas, on demurrer, held the mortgage valid; and, on appeal, the circuit court, by Judge Cook, rendered the same decree. Black for Receiver; Turnbaugh & Eagleson, for mortgagee.


Keywords:Ohio Valley Glass Company
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:June 5, 2005 by: Bob Stahr;