30 Mo.App. 280 (Mo.App. 1888), Pettingill v. Jones
|Citation:||30 Mo.App. 280|
|Opinion Judge:||ROMBAUER, P. J.|
|Party Name:||H. F. PETTINGILL et al., Respondents, v. P. M. JONES, Appellant.|
|Attorney:||F. S. HEFFERNAN and JAS. R. VAUGHAN, for the appellant: J. M. PATTERSON, for the respondents.|
|Judge Panel:||Judge Thompson concurring, it is so ordered.|
|Case Date:||April 10, 1888|
|Court:||Court of Appeals of Missouri|
APPEAL fro the Greene Circuit Court, HON. W. D. HUBBARD, Judge.
This action is in replevin and the controversy turned upon the point whether the plaintiff Moore was a purchaser in good faith of the property from one Hazen, the debtor in the attachment writ under which the goods were seized by the defendant constable, as Hazen's property, at the instance of his creditors. An additional point arose touching the question whether the plaintiff Pettingill had any interest in the property at the date of the institution of the suit.
The jury, under the instructions of the court, found a verdict in favor of plaintiff Moore in the following words: " We, the jury, find the issues for the plaintiff, B. F. Moore," and in answer to certain...
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