John Miller & Bryan Croom vs. Fredrick & Lewis Hoc

John Miller & Bryan Croom vs. Fredrick & Lewis Hoc

Lower Court

  • Leon County

Date

  • 1847

Box

  • 473

Folder

  • 855

Transcript

And so the said Plaintiffs say that they the said Plaintiffs after the making of the said writing obligatory were & are damnified by reason & on account of the improperly sueing out said attachment within the time intent and meaning of the said condition of the said writing obligatory towit at the County aforesaid and this they the said Plaintiffs are ready to verify whereupon they pray Judgment and their debt aforesaid together with their damages by thm sustained on occasion of the detention thereof to be adjudged to them &c

And the said Plaintiffs as to the said plea of the said Defts by them secondly above pleaded say that the same and the matters therein contained in manner & form as the same are above pleaded & set forth are not sufficient in law, to [?] or preclude them the said Plaintiffs from having or maintaining their aforesaid action against them the said defendants that they the said Plaintiffs are not bound by the law of the land to answer the same & this they are ready to verify, wherefore for want of a sufficient plea in this behalf the said Plaintiffs pray Judgment & their debt aforesaid together with their damages by them sustained on occasion of the detention thereof to be adjudged to them &c

Thompson & Hagner

Attys of Plffs

And afterwards towit at a Superior Court for the County of Leon continued and held at the Court House in the City of Tallahassee on Saturday the 1[st] day of March AD 1845

Frederick Hoc & Lewis Hoc

358 vs