July 27, 1933.
Constitution — impairment of obligation of mortgage contract.
Mortgage — redemption — extension of time — validity of statute.
L. 1933, p. 514, c. 339, does not violate the constitution of the United States or of the state of Minnesota, and the appeal is ruled by the decision filed July 7, 1933, in a former appeal in this case. 189 Minn. 422, 249 N.W. 334.
Proceeding in the district court for Hennepin county under L. 1933, c. 339, to obtain an extension of the period of redemption from a mortgage foreclosure sale of petitioners' homestead. There were findings, Mathias Baldwin, Judge, in favor of petitioners, and respondent appealed from the judgment entered pursuant thereto. Affirmed, following Blaisdell v. Home B. L. Assn. 189 Minn. 422, 249 N.W. 334.
Strong, Myers Covell, Karl H. Covell, and Alfred W. Bowen, for appellant (respondent below).
George C. Stiles, for petitioners.
Defendant appeals from the judgment entered upon the finding of fact and conclusions of law. The case was here on an appeal by the plaintiffs, or petitioners, from the order denying a new trial, wherein the decision was filed on July 7, 1933. 189 Minn. 422, 249 N.W. 334. This appeal attacks L. 1933, p. 514, c. 339, as violation of the same provisions of the constitution of the United States and of the constitution of this state as in the previous appeal, the parties having submitted the case on the same briefs.
We are of the opinion that the decision in the first appeal rules this appeal, and on the authority thereof the judgment is affirmed.