Plaintiff purchased from the payee defendant's note which was blank as to amount, date, and provisions for installment payments. Plaintiff immediately filled up the blanks in accordance with actual authority given by defendant. Held, plaintiff took free of an agreement between defendant and payee that the note was not to be negotiated until completion of work for which note was given, plaintiff having no knowledge of such agreement. First National Bank of Springfield v. Di Taranto, (N.J. Super. Ct., App. Div. 1950) 75 A. (2d) 907.
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