The plaintiff brought suit to recover the value of a promissory note for which the defendant had pledged corporate stock as collateral security. Defendant filed a counterclaim for the depreciation in value of the stock between the time he had requested the plaintiff to sell and the time of bringing the suit. Held, that plaintiff was not liable for the depreciation of the stock since the pledgor had made no offer to pay pledgee such sum as would together with the price for which the stock could have been sold satisfy the note. People's Nat. Bank & Trust Co. v. Ginsburg et al. (N. J. 1931) 156 Atl. 491.