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1848

Patterson Vs. Gaines

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1848

..... the first point, this court, for reasons which are as satisfactory to us as they were to the judges who then heard the argument, decided that the bill was not multifarious; that there was no misjoinder, excepting that the purchasers of the property of daniel clark had no interest in the rendition of the accounts by the executors under the will ..... the demurrers, three points were made upon which the judges could not agree and they were certified to this court for its decision. those points were: 1st. was the bill multifarious, and have the complainants a right to sue the defendants jointly in this case? 2d. whether the court could entertain jurisdiction of the cause, without probate of the will set ..... , filed by several of the defendants. it was said there was a want of equity in the bill that there was a complete remedy at law, that the bill was multifarious, and that there was a misjoinder of parties, that the will of 1813, upon which the complainants relied for a recovery, had not been admitted to probate, and that if .....

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1848

Heirs of De Armas Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1848

..... the 3d ground of demurrer, set forth in said demurrer to said amended petition, be overruled." the grounds of demurrer sustained by the district court were that the petition was multifarious and that the names of the persons claiming or in possession of the land which the petitioners alleged belonged to them were not set forth. the appeal was taken from ..... appeal from the district court of the united states for the district of louisiana syllabus an order of the district court sustaining a demurrer to a petition because it was multifarious and because the names of the persons claiming or in possession of the land which the petitioners alleged to belong to them were not set forth was not a final .....

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