Dresser v. Missouri & Iowa Ry. Construction Co.
93 U.S. 92 (1876)

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Dresser v. Missouri & Iowa Ry. Construction Co., 93 U.S. 92 (1876)

Dresser v. Missouri and Iowa Railway Construction Company

93 U.S. 92


A bona fide holder of negotiable paper, purchased before its maturity upon an unexecuted contract, on which part payment only had been made when he received notice of fraud, and a prohibition to pay, is protected only to the amount paid before the receipt of such notice.

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