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CONLEY V. BARTON, 260 U. S. 677 (1923)

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Conley v. Barton, 260 U.S. 677 (1923)

Conley v. Barton


Submitted January 9, 1923

Decided January 29, 1923

260 U.S. 677


The obligation of a mortgage contract under which the right of redemption is barred after lapse of one year from entry and taking possession by the mortgagee to foreclose, is not impaired by a state law, enacted after the date of the mortgage but before breach of condition, and requiring the mortgagee, if he would sustain such a foreclosure, to make and record, within three months after its completion, an affidavit of the facts. P. 260 U. S. 680.

119 Me. 581 affirmed.

Error to a judgment of the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine affirming a judgment for the plaintiff in a suit to redeem property from a mortgage foreclosure.

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