McGruder v. Bank of Washington,
22 U.S. 598 (1824)

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McGruder v. Bank of Washington, 22 U.S. 598 (1824)

McGruder v. Bank of Washington

22 U.S. 598


Where the maker of the note has removed into another state or another jurisdiction subsequent to the making of the note, a personal demand upon him is not necessary to charge the endorser, but it is sufficient to present the note at the former place of residence of the maker.

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