Fatio v. Dewees

Fatio v. Dewees

Lower Court

  • St. Johns County


  • 1838


  • 476


  • 864


rear and an fireplace in each story, the floor on the second story to be tongued and groved. Said house to be finished in all respects with doors, windows, mantle pieces, locks, and window shutters. And said Lloyd in his part obligates himself to pay for said house and lot as follow "To Wit" To pay said Call & Walker on or before the first day of January next, the sum of one thousand dollars in lawful money of the United States, and after deducting such sums as said Walker and R.A. Shine shall agree said Lloyd shall pay to said Shine the residue[?] shall be paid in three equal instalments to be paid on or before the first day of January Eighteen Hundred and forty five 1845. Eighteen Hundred and forty six 1846 and Eighteen Hundred and forty seven 1847. The whole purchase money which is hereby fixed and agreed on at Forty Hundred dollars =4000$ "to draw interest at Eight per cent per annum from the date the said house is finished, except the cash payment of one thousand dollars, which shall not draw interest, at which time notes for the payments shall be executed. Said Call & Walker further bind themselves that if at any time they should transfer the notes of said Lloyd, that they will first credit on said notes any sum that R.K. Call or said Walker may be indebted to said Lloyd or to Lloyd and Rogers for goods or store account. The interior wood work of said house to be suitably painted. The titles to be made at the time of the one thousand dollar payment first provided for and a lien retained to secure the purchase money.

Copy from the original Signed G K Walker

Tho. J. Perkins W. F. Lloyd