Commentary

25 Notice where writing is not required by statute

CHOSES IN ACTION vol 7
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25 Notice where writing is not required by statute

| Commentary

25 Notice where writing is not required by statute

In cases where writing is not made necessary by statute and the fund is not in court, it seems that the rule of equity still applies that any notice is sufficient provided that the fact of the assignment has been plainly and unambiguously brought home to the mind of the debtor or so that a reasonable man of business would act on the information received1. The notice may be received otherwise than from either of the parties2. A verbal notice given in the course of business may

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