In Redfield v. Redfield, 110 N.Y. 671, the plaintiff alleged that her husband purchased for her, with her money, certain shares of stock, taking the certificates in his name as trustee; that he delivered these certificates to her, but subsequently, without her authority or knowledge, transferred the certificates to his father, defendant's testator.Summary of this case from FRANKLIN v. KIDD
Argued October 5, 1888
Decided October 23, 1888
Louis Marshall for appellant.
William G. Tracy for respondents.
EARL, J., reads for affirmance.
All concur, except RUGER, Ch. J., not voting.