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Adams Vs. La Comb - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
CourtUS Supreme Court
Decided On
Case Number1 U.S. 440
AppellantAdams
RespondentLa Comb
Excerpt:
.....which the act of assembly allows for pursuing and seizing the goods of the tenant? see 1 state laws, 433, &c.; shippen, president in the charge to the jury, delivered it as the clear opinion of the court, that the right of pursuing and seizing goods after their removal, was confined to the goods of the lessee, from whom the rent was really due; and that the goods of a stranger could only be distrained while they were on the premisses.
Judgment:
ADAMS v. LA COMB - 1 U.S. 440 (1789)
U.S. Supreme Court ADAMS v. LA COMB, 1 U.S. 440 (1789)

1 U.S. 440 (Dall.)

Adams
v.
La Comb

Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia County

June Term, 1789

REPLEVIN. The material question, on the trial of this cause, was, Whether the goods of a stranger, being removed from the premisses before a distress, could be pursued and seized, within the thirty days, which the Act of Assembly allows for pursuing and seizing the goods of the Tenant? See 1 State Laws, 433, &c.;

Shippen, President

In the charge to the Jury, delivered it as the clear opinion of the Court, that the right of pursuing and seizing goods after their removal, was confined to the goods of the Lessee, from whom the rent was really due; and that the goods of a stranger could only be distrained while they were on the premisses.


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