In an action based upon the vendor's warranty in the sale of a note as set forth in the N.I.L., sec. 65 (4), it being alleged that the maker was insolvent and the mortgaged property worth much less than the debt at the time of the transfer of the note and that both such facts were known to the transferor, held, a ruling sustaining a demurrer should be affirmed. Leekley v. Short, (Iowa 1933) 249 N. W. 363.
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