Hunter v. Hunter

CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Missouri
Writing for the CourtADAMS
Citation50 Mo. 445
PartiesMARCUS D. L. HUNTER et al., Plaintiffs in Error, v. JOHN HUNTER et al., Defendants in Error.
Decision Date31 August 1872
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39 practice notes
  • Denny v. Guyton, No. 32372.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • December 31, 1932
    ...of Wolcott's share, they cannot be heard to claim that the follow-up method of accounting would apply. Defendants cite Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445. This was an action for accounting against two trustees ex maleficio who had deceived the owners of land as to the price for which it could be ......
  • Bush v. White
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • October 31, 1884
    ...by his mortgage. Adair v. Adair, 78 Mo. 630; Rogers v. Brown, 61 Mo. 187; Cape Girardeau Co. v. Harbison, 58 Mo. 90; Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445. [85 Mo. 342]Yerby & Vance also for appellants. (1) The court erred in excluding Sheriff Hawpe's deed to Trigg as evidence of title, because in t......
  • Kansas City v. Rathford, No. 39231.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • March 5, 1945
    ...any errors which were committed upon the trial thereof, became, and were, wholly inconsequential. Sec. 1014, R.S. 1939; Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445; Thomas v. Mathews, 51 Mo. 107; Mathias v. O'Neill, 94 Mo. 520, 6 S.W. 253; Shelby County v. Bragg, 135 Mo. 291, 36 S.W. 600; State ex rel. O'......
  • Ball v. Gibbs, No. 11862.
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (8th Circuit)
    • April 29, 1941
    ...to enforce his statutory liability. The petition for rehearing is denied. --------Notes: 1 Bobb v. Woodward, 50 Mo. 95; Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445, 451; Rogers v. Brown, 61 Mo. 187, 191; Kelly v. Hurt, 61 Mo. 463; Bliss v. Prichard, 67 Mo. 181; Kelly v. Hurt, 74 Mo. 561, 565; Kline v. Vog......
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39 cases
  • Denny v. Guyton, No. 32372.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • December 31, 1932
    ...of Wolcott's share, they cannot be heard to claim that the follow-up method of accounting would apply. Defendants cite Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445. This was an action for accounting against two trustees ex maleficio who had deceived the owners of land as to the price for which it could be ......
  • Bush v. White
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • October 31, 1884
    ...by his mortgage. Adair v. Adair, 78 Mo. 630; Rogers v. Brown, 61 Mo. 187; Cape Girardeau Co. v. Harbison, 58 Mo. 90; Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445. [85 Mo. 342]Yerby & Vance also for appellants. (1) The court erred in excluding Sheriff Hawpe's deed to Trigg as evidence of title, because in t......
  • Kansas City v. Rathford, No. 39231.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • March 5, 1945
    ...any errors which were committed upon the trial thereof, became, and were, wholly inconsequential. Sec. 1014, R.S. 1939; Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445; Thomas v. Mathews, 51 Mo. 107; Mathias v. O'Neill, 94 Mo. 520, 6 S.W. 253; Shelby County v. Bragg, 135 Mo. 291, 36 S.W. 600; State ex rel. O'......
  • Ball v. Gibbs, No. 11862.
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (8th Circuit)
    • April 29, 1941
    ...to enforce his statutory liability. The petition for rehearing is denied. --------Notes: 1 Bobb v. Woodward, 50 Mo. 95; Hunter v. Hunter, 50 Mo. 445, 451; Rogers v. Brown, 61 Mo. 187, 191; Kelly v. Hurt, 61 Mo. 463; Bliss v. Prichard, 67 Mo. 181; Kelly v. Hurt, 74 Mo. 561, 565; Kline v. Vog......
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