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Hillsdale National Bank of Hillsdale v. Sansone

Decided: January 22, 1951.

THE HILLSDALE NATIONAL BANK OF HILLSDALE, NEW JERSEY, A NATIONAL BANKING INSTITUTION, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
v.
JOHN SANSONE, DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT



McGeehan, Jayne and Wm. J. Brennan, Jr. The opinion of the court was delivered by Jayne, J.A.D.

Jayne

It is expedient in the introduction of the subject matter of this litigation to reproduce here the agreed statement of facts which accompanies the present appeal. Rules 1:2-22 and 4:2-6.

"1. The plaintiff-appellant is the holder of a promissory note in the amount of $1,158.48 made by the defendant-respondent.

2. The following is a true and complete copy of the note:

'$1158.48

August 2, 1948

No. 7665

For value received, I/we the undersigned, jointly and severally, promise to pay to the order of Economizer Products, Inc. the sum of Eleven Hundred fifty-eight and 48/100 Dollars ($1158.48) as follows:

36 equal successive monthly installments of $32.18 each and a final installment of $beginning September 15, 1948 and the remaining installments on the same date of each month thereafter until paid, with interest at 6 per cent after maturity, at the office of The Hillsdale National Bank, Hillsdale, New Jersey. For each dollar of payment in arrears more than five days, the undersigned promises

to pay to the holder hereof the sum of Five Cents as compensation for the damage and expense occasioned by such delay. We hereby waive demand notice and protest. In the event of the death, insolvency, bankruptcy or failure in business of any of the undersigned, or, in the event any installment of this note is not fully paid as herein specified, or in the event that any of the terms and conditions of a conditional sales contract dated as of even date between the maker(s) and the payee of this note are not fully complied with, this note shall, at the option of the holder hereof, become due and payable without demand and notice. We hereby agree in case of default to pay costs, including reasonable attorneys' fees, for necessary court process.

It is agreed that all principal payments on this note need not be endorsed upon this note, but are to be recorded on an individual liability record held at the above mentioned bank.

JOHN SANSONE (seal)'

Endorsed on back of note:

'For value received, pay to the order of The Hillsdale National Bank, Hillsdale, New Jersey.

ECONOMIZER PRODUCTS, INC. (Seal)

BY MAURICE A. SILVER, PRES.'

3. The note was duly endorsed by the payee thereof and was negotiated to the plaintiff-appellant on ...


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