Docket No. 21618.

142 Cal.App.2d 263 (1956)

298 P.2d 590

KELLEY KAR COMPANY (a Corporation), Respondent, v. MARYLAND CASUALTY COMPANY (a Corporation), Appellant.

Court of Appeals of California, Second District, Division Two.

June 15, 1956.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Everett H. Smith for Appellant.

R.F. Neuman and Allan M. Carson for Respondent.


The judgment herein awarded the Kelley Kar Company possession of a Mercury automobile which it had sold on a conditional sale contract. The vehicle was allegedly purchased with money stolen from an Oklahoma bank and the trade-in of a Buick automobile. Appellant, insurer of the bank and now its subrogee by virtue of having paid the loss, demands the value of the Buick which was traded in on the Mercury, and...

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