McGeehan, Jayne and Goldmann.
Plaintiff brought suit on four counts, each alleging a separate cause of action on contract. Defendant's motion for summary judgment on all four counts was granted. At the oral argument the plaintiff conceded that summary judgment on counts one, three and four were justified.
Count two was for money loaned on May 9, 1949, by plaintiff to the defendant. Defendant's motion for summary judgment was based on (1) accord and satisfaction and (2) assignment. As to the first ground of accord and satisfaction, there was a genuine issue as to material facts. In his brief and on the oral argument, the defendant relies only on the second ground.
The writing relied on as an assignment by this plaintiff of the claim set forth in count two of the complaint reads as follows:
"KNOW ALL MEN, that the undersigned CELLOPRINT, INC., a corporation having its principal place of business at 133-23 35th Avenue, Flushing, New York, in consideration of the sum of One ($1.00) Dollar, and other good and valuable considerations paid by Marie Levy and Dorothy Gilbert, hereby assigns to said Marie Levy and Dorothy Gilbert all of its right, title, and interest in all monies
due or that may become due or any and all contract, deeds, bonds and mortgages that may be due from David Lubben or his nominee, or from Edwin Dane, or from General Confections, Inc., a New Jersey Corporation.
"IN WITNESS WHEREOF, said CELLOPRINT, INC., has caused its hand and seal to be affixed hereto on this 21st day of October, 1950.
"The undersigned hereby consent to the above assignment insofar as the same may affect any ...