Plaintiff sued in equity for a money judgment on defendant's promissory notes. Defendant had fraudulently represented that her husband's estate was liable on these notes, inducing plaintiff to sue the estate and thus delay for more than six years in starting suit against defendant. Plaintiff had sued defendant at law on the notes, defendant had pleaded the statute of limitations, and plaintiff had discontinued. Held, that plaintiff could recover a money judgment in equity, since the remedy at law was barred by the statute of limitations. Dodds v. McColgan (N. Y. App. Div., 1930) 241 N. Y. S. 584.