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Our AmeriGas propane office located at 68 Star Drive in Chillicothe no longer provides walk-in service, however AmeriGas customer service lines are available anytime, anywhere with 24/7 service. We are working hard to drive value for our customers through expanded digital tools, stronger service capabilities, and efficient resolutions for your energy needs. For convenient ways to connect with AmeriGas, check out our most frequently asked questions by clicking the Support & FAQs tab in the navigation.
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As the nation's largest provider of propane, AmeriGas services all 50 states. No matter where your home or business is located, there is an AmeriGas location nearby dedicated to providing quality service ensuring you are never without the propane you need.
We have been serving customers at VCNB since 1867. Many of our customers have been with us for generations because they know the value of experience and the value of a bank that will be there for them in the good times and the bad.
Welcome to A & B AUTO SALES, located in Chillicothe, MO, where quality service and customer satisfaction come first. We are here to help you find a vehicle that fits your lifestyle from our wide selection of used cars, trucks, and SUVs. We pride ourselves on a hassle-free car buying experience where your needs come first. Swing by to let us exceed your expectations while finding the perfect vehicle!
You probably didn't move to Chillicothe for auto insurance savings, but affordable auto coverage is just one added perk residents can enjoy living here. That goes double if you can take advantage of common rate discounts from Nationwide. But just like the vehicle itself, even the cheapest prices don't make for a solid purchase if the insurance coverage doesn't protect you and your family. Whether you make a long commute every day or you tend to stay closer to home, talk to one of our Chillicothe auto insurance agents about selecting the best coverage for your policy.
Our Toyota dealership in Central Ohio has been around for over 27 years. The secret to our longevity is the same as any other business: we put our customers first in everything we do. We want you to have the best experience possible and leave our dealership feeling as though your needs were met and you got exactly what you wanted for a fair price. Our sales team is friendly, honest and knowledgeable, while our service department is here to help you even after you've driven off the lot in your new or used vehicle. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is evident in everything we offer, from start to finish and beyond.
I took my furbaby Pigo there to be euthanized, when I walked in I was greeted with a smiled and a chipper "how can I help you". When she looked up she saw the tears running down my face I could barely speak. The receptionist immediately got up and took me to an exam room knowing what I had come for. The staff was very compassionate, I don't think I said more than 5 words, I think they knew if I had to talk I would lose it all together. Thank you for making a hard and painful situation easier.
Dr. Petzel has been seeing my cats ever since Dr. Peter's retired. Have been with Chillicothe Animal Clinic almost ever since Dr. Peters opened it up. Have always received excellent care for our animals. Always seen when one was sick, hurt or routine care needed. Staff always well trained to know how to handle our fur babies. Excellent service for getting appointments. I just don't think I could go anywhere else unless they would close down and I would have to get a new Doctor. Hope that never happens.
We also want our patients and their owners to be happy every time they visit our office. Our entire staff is friendly and knowledgeable. They are here to help you. We also work hard to ensure our office is clean and fresh smelling.
Our philosophy is to care for all pets as if they were ours. To us, this means we are going to give them the same love, attention, and care as though we were their owner. We are a team of animal lovers here to give our patients the attention and care they deserve.
The customer, ******* ******, in no way is being honest about the situation. This was customer's 2nd time being out for repossession on this vehicle since he had it. Anytime a vehicle is repossessed they are told right then and there to get any belongings out they want and when they call in they are told they can get anything out of it they didn't already. Mr.****** was gonna be given the option of paying to get the vehicle back for the past due amount until he verbally cussed and threatened physical harm to our staff at that point we made the decision to declare the full balance due on the loan. He kept calling in and threatening us to the point where if he had called anymore we was gonna report it to the police but he stopped after we told him we would do so. He was sent a certified letter explaining to him the process. A copy will be attached. We did nothing wrong in this situation and the customer's complaint is a fabrication of the actual events.
This appeal is taken to reverse the dismissal of involuntary proceedings in bankruptcy against Durward Belmont Luther. The original petition in involuntary bankruptcy was filed by one creditor alleging that there were fewer than twelve creditors, but the alleged bankrupt's answer disclosed there were twenty-two. Subsequently, three claimants intervened, each asserting that he had a provable claim fixed as to liability and liquidated as to amount, aggregating more than $500, and it was contended that with the original petitioner there were four creditors petitioning, as required by 11 U.S.C.A. 95, sub. b. The dismissal followed on the determination of the Referee, affirmed by the District Court, that the creditors of the alleged bankrupt were more than twelve in number and that only the original petitioner, and neither of the interveners, had provable claims within the meaning of 11 U.S.C.A. 95, sub. b.
The Committee in its pleading praying adjudication in the bankruptcy sets up twelve instances of sales to named purchasers of its lands (not including interveners) through its said trustee-agent in which the same deceit and fraud was practiced upon it resulting in the agent's unjust enrichment in the total sum of $15,819, and it asserts a provable claim, fixed and liquidated against him on account thereof, in that amount.
Both the Referee and the District Court concluded that if the fraud was practiced as charged, the obligation of the alleged bankrupt (and of his estate if he was adjudged bankrupt) was to account for the amount of his unjust enrichment to the Committee and not to the purchasers of the lands. The purchasers had not been deceived as to the land they bought and kept, nor as to its value, but were justly obligated to pay the price therefor which they had proposed to pay in their signed agreements and which they had paid. It was the agent's duty to his principal to obtain the best price he could from them. But upon elemental principles of agency and fiduciary relations, the dishonest agent was bound to account to the Committee for all that he had actually obtained from the purchasers on the sale of the lands.
The implication of the McLennan case is that a purchaser under the circumstances shown by the interveners here has no cause of action of any kind against the dishonest agent. On the other hand, it may be argued that the Hays case and the Hack case recognize the existence of some right of action against a dishonest agent for a positive misrepresentation of his authorized sale price. But there is nothing in the cases to support any right of action other than one in tort for fraud or deceit.
We have noted interveners' analysis of the transactions through which they proposed to buy, and did buy and pay for and receive and now hold their lands, and the contentions as to the legal conclusions that should follow from particular details, but we think the substance of the transactions was rightly appraised by the Referee and the District Court, and there is no clear showing that the District Court misconceived or misapplied Missouri law in its decision.
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