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Mar 12 1893 (FN)

Western National Bank Vs. Armstrong

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-12-1893

..... alleged grounds of the demurrer were a want of necessary parties, in that the fidelity national bank and e. l. harper were not made parties to said bill, and for multifariousness. subsequently, in november, 1889, the court below sustained the demurrer to so much of said bill as was recited therein, being the said allegations seeking subrogations, and gave leave to ..... bill. two grounds were asserted in the demurrer -- one, the insufficiency of parties, in that neither the fidelity national bank nor harper was made a party, the other that of multifariousness. it is now contended before us that harper was not a necessary party, because, as is averred in the bill and admitted by the demurrer, he had pledged and assigned ..... right of subrogation is so far within the equities of the bill and so necessary an incident of the transaction as to relieve the bill of the charge of being multifarious. it is not easy to see why, if the complainant were really entitled to be subrogated to the rights of harper in respect to the hypothecated stock, such a claim .....

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Nov 06 1893 (FN)

Ball and Socket Fastener Co. Vs. Kraetzer

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-06-1893

..... for improvements in glove fasteners, five of which patents were issued to william s. richardson and one to albert g. mead. a plea having been filed upon the ground of multifariousness, two of the patents were stricken from the bill upon the application of the plaintiff. the only patent relied upon at the hearing or covered by the assignments of error .....

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Dec 18 1893 (FN)

In Re Hohorst

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-18-1893

..... subpoena, a general appearance for all the defendants was entered by a solicitor. on december 18, 1888, the company, "by kunhardt & co., agents," filed a demurrer to the bill for multifariousness, for want of equity, "and for divers other good causes of demurrer appearing in the said bill of complaint" and not otherwise specified, and supported the demurrer by the affidavit .....

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Mar 27 1893 (FN)

Hohorst Vs. Hamburg-american Packet Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-27-1893

..... , a demurrer on behalf of the packet company, assigning as grounds that the causes of action against the several defendants were distinct and unconnected, and hence that the bill was multifarious, and for want of equity. a motion was made by complainant december 24 to amend, and on january 7, 1889, a motion by defendant to dismiss. on january 28, 1889 .....

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