Union Bank of Georgetown v. Magruder,
32 U.S. 287 (1833)

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Union Bank of Georgetown v. Magruder, 32 U.S. 7 Pet. 287 287 (1833)

Union Bank of Georgetown v. Magruder

32 U.S. (7 Pet.) 287


Whether certain facts in reference to an alleged notice to the endorser, and demand of payment of a promissory note by the drawer, amounted to a waiver of the objection to the want of demand and notice, is a question of fact, and not matter of law for the consideration of the jury.

The Court is entirely satisfied with its former decision in the case of Union Bank of Georgetown v. Magruder, 3 Pet. 87.

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