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Plaintiff, stockholder in a mining company, sued a transfer agent of the company in conversion for its refusal to transfer plaintiff's stock into block shares. The lower court found for plaintiff. On appeal, held, reversed. There is no direct liability of a transfer agent to the stockholder for wrongful nonfeasance in delaying or refusing to transfer stock. Mears v. Crocker First Nat. Bank of San Francisco, (Cal. App. 1950) 218 P. (2d) 91.
Howard Van Antwerp S.Ed.,
CORPORATIONS-LIABILITY OF TRANSFER AGENT FOR WRONGFUL REFUSAL TO TRANSFER SHARES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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