McGriff v. Porter, 1853
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This case is about slaves or slavery.

Year: 1853
Citation: 5 Fla. 373
Jurisdiction: Supreme Court of FL
People: Mary, John
Short Summary: Permitting the lender to take slaves off the premises and sell the slaves as secuirty for the loan. Ruling that a transaction of the type cannot be executed after the death of the donor as the executive power remains with the donor if the porperty is not delivered.
Law type: Dispute over the Execution of a Loan
Full name: RICHARD McGriff, Administrator of the Estate of Richard Dawson, deceased, Appellant, vs. William G. Porter, John G. Ruan and Richard G. Porter, Appellees
Court: Florida Supreme Court

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