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Ingersoll, Charles J.:

OPINION OF CHARLES J. INGERSOLL, ESQ. "WITH REFERENCE TO THE UNITED STATES BANK AND THE QUESTION OF VESTED RIGHTS." [Philadelphia: 1836].

1836 Caption title [as issued], dbd, 12pp. Trimmed closely in outer margin [text not affected], light scattered foxing. Good+ or so. Ingersoll says the bank Charters may be revoked "by act of Assembly" of the State of Pennsylvania. He rebuts the contention that the Charter confers a vested contract upon the bank, and that repeal would unconstitutionally impair its contract rights. "If charters cannot be repealed because they are contracts, it affords a great invitation to fraud." Ingersoll discusses the United States Bank in some detail, as well as other precedents supporting his position. FIRST EDITION. AI 38199 [5]. Not in Harv. Law Cat., Marke, Marvin, Eberstadt, Decker.


Book Id: 14339

Price: $125.00

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