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Doughty v. Hope

Court of Appeals of the State of New York
Nov 1, 1847
1 N.Y. 79 (N.Y. 1847)

Summary

In Doughty v. Hope (3 Denio 594, affd. 1 N.Y. 79, on the reasoning below) an assessment was held void because signed by only two of three assessors and it was there urged that because the statute provided for certification of the assessment to the council by the assessors and ratification by the council to make it binding and conclusive upon those assessed, the defect was cured by the ratification and confirmation.

Summary of this case from Matter of Edgewood Ave., City of Mount Vernon

Opinion

November Term, 1847

A. Thompson, for plaintiff in error.

R. Mott for defendant in error.



After deliberation, the Court (GARDINER, J. dissenting) affirmed the judgment of the Supreme Court, for the same reasons, substantially, which were assigned by that Court in rendering its judgment. ( See 3 Denio 598.)


Summaries of

Doughty v. Hope

Court of Appeals of the State of New York
Nov 1, 1847
1 N.Y. 79 (N.Y. 1847)

In Doughty v. Hope (3 Denio 594, affd. 1 N.Y. 79, on the reasoning below) an assessment was held void because signed by only two of three assessors and it was there urged that because the statute provided for certification of the assessment to the council by the assessors and ratification by the council to make it binding and conclusive upon those assessed, the defect was cured by the ratification and confirmation.

Summary of this case from Matter of Edgewood Ave., City of Mount Vernon
Case details for

Doughty v. Hope

Case Details

Full title:DOUGHTY vs . HOPE

Court:Court of Appeals of the State of New York

Date published: Nov 1, 1847

Citations

1 N.Y. 79 (N.Y. 1847)

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