In Shaw v. Spencer, 100 Mass. 382, 97 A.D. 107, 1 A.R. 115, certificates of stock issued to "E. Carter, Trustee," were pledged for the private debt of Shaw, and it was held that the pledgee took them with notice; that the addition of the word "trustee," alone, had the same effect as the words "A.B., trustee for C.D."Summary of this case from Hall v. Windsor Savings Bank
September 30, 2004.
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