Carpenter v. LonganAnnotate this Case
83 U.S. 271
U.S. Supreme Court
Carpenter v. Longan, 83 U.S. 16 Wall. 271 271 (1872)
Carpenter v. Longan
83 U.S. (16 Wall.) 271
1. The assignment of a negotiable note before its maturity raises the presumption of a want of notice of any defense to it, and this presumption stands till it is overcome by sufficient proof.
2. When a mortgage given at the same time with the execution of a negotiable note and to secure payment of it, is subsequently, but before the maturity of the note, transferred bona fide for value, with the note, the holder of the note when obliged to resort to the mortgage is unaffected by any equities arising between the mortgagor and mortgagee subsequently to the transfer, and of which he, the assignee, had no notice at the time it was made. He takes the mortgage as he did the note.
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