A Treatise on the Law of Corporations Having a Capital Stock, Volume 2

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Baker, Voorhis & Company, 1923 - Corporation law - 5936 pages
 

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Contents

Sales of stock by a guardian 328
1160
Pools corners and combinations in stock 333
1175
Wendors remedies for breach of a contract to sell stockTender 335 336
1190
Specific performance as a remedy in behalf of the vendee of stock 337 338
1203
B GAMBLING SALES OF STOCK
1230
Test of legality of stock transaction 343
1239
Gambling stock transactions as affecting notes bonds mortgages etc grow
1245
Fraudulent sale by agent etc in breach of trust 351
1272
Remedies for the fraudBlueSky Laws 354
1283
Remedy in equity 356
1298
CHAPTER XXI
1318
Rights of a purchaser of a certificate of stock where the corporation has regis
1326
Rights of purchaser of stock without certificates 362
1332
FORGERY
1333
Forgery as affecting a sale of stock 365
1342
Rights of transferees who purchase after a registry has been obtained 370
1351
A METHOD OF TRANSFERRING THE CERTIFICATE
1358
Sales bv executor or administrator 329
1365
Formalities of making registryTransfer book and stock ledger not necessary 382
1378
Corporation must obey mandate of court ordering registry and issue of
1386
Remedy by mandamus 390
1391
Remedy by an action for damages 392
1401
Trustees executors guardians agents pledgees 397
1407
CHAPTER XXIV
1415
The particular rules protecting a bona fide purchaser of certificates of stock
1424
Forfeiture for nonpayment of calls 419
1427
Pledgee is protected in the same way as purchaser of stock 432
1433
PART III
1439
Broker must obey specific orders of customer 448
1445
Brokers customs and usages 453
1457
Privity of contract between the opposite customers 455
1464
Notice of sale of stock by pledgee to apply to debt sccurelWaiver of notice 477
1579
CHAPTER XXVII
1592
Attachment of stock as allowed by the statutes of the various states 483
1598
Can stock or certificates of stock be attached elsewhere than in the state
1605
Rights and duties of the corporation in the abovementioned states 489
1627
III
1638
Charter amendments imposed upon the stockholdersPolice power 497
1653
Amendments under the reserved power of the state to alter amend or repeal
1659
Dissenting stockholders remedy against an illegal amendment 502
1672
In Illinois Maine Maryland Massachusetts Montana New Hampshire
1703
Massachusetts TrustsInvestment TrustsBusiness Trusts 504a
1747
Comrnonlaw action for damages for refusal 512
1768
Not granted as a matter of course unless the right is statutory 514
1784
I on unpaid par value that is the unpaid subscription price of
1790
Orders to corporation to allow inspectionSubpmna dunes tecumBill of dis
1794
CHAPTER XXXI
1814
The lien protects the corporation as to all the debts due to it from the stock
1826
The corporation may waive its lien 531
1831
CHAPTER XXXII
1839
Scrip dividends property dividends and bond dividends 535
1846
Stock dividends 536
1853
Interestbearing stock 537
1859
To whom the dividend belongs 539
1871
The courts very rarely compel the directors to declare a dividend 545
1890
A stockholder may enjoin an illegal dividend 547
1911
Dividends which impair the capital stock may be illegal and may be recovered
1914
Proceedings to recover back such a dividend 549
1923
Guaranty of dividends by contract 551
1934
The Massachusetts rule 555
1946
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