20 Mo.App. 1 (Mo.App. 1885), Pickens v. Dorris
|Citation:||20 Mo.App. 1|
|Opinion Judge:||ROMBAUER, J.|
|Party Name:||ANDREW J. PICKENS, Respondent, v. THOMAS DORRIS ET AL., Appellants.|
|Attorney:||HUGO, MUENCH, and BOYLE, ADAMS & MCKEIGAN, for the appellants: JAMES M. LEWIS, for the respondent; J. B. HENDERSON and J. P. KERR, of counsel.|
|Case Date:||December 08, 1885|
|Court:||Court of Appeals of Missouri|
APPEAL from the St. Louis Circuit Court, DANIEL DILLON, Judge.
George P. Dorris made his will, in which, among other things, he devised certain houses to trustees " in trust to possess and keep the same rented as advantageously as may be, and out of the rents to pay for all proper repairs to said houses and for a reasonable insurance thereon and the expenses of their care, and all taxes, charges, and assessments, levied, imposed, or charged thereon and within the times required by law, and the balance to my son, Thomas Dorris, during his natural life."
The remainder of his estate he devised to the same trustees to be held, sold, and put into condition to realize as large a net income as possible, and to pay such net income...
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