William F. Walker and Samuel M. Puckett, Appellants v. George S. Robbins

55 U.S. 584, 1852.SCT.0000077

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William F. Walker, Samuel M. Puckett, and John Lang, filed their bill against Robbins and others, praying a perpetual injunction against a judgment at law recovered in the Circuit Court of the Mississippi District, alleging, among other grounds of relief, that William F. Walker, one of the complainants, was not served with notice to appear and defend the suit at law. The deputy marshal returned the original writ, 'Executed on William F. Walker, 6th of April, 1840, personally.' More than ten years afterwards the deposition of the deputy (Cook) was taken in Texas, when he testified that his return was false; that he did not notify Walker, but indorsed the writ executed, intending to execute it after the indorsement was made, and therefore he let it stand, although he never did notify Walker.

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Técnicos y profesionales
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1852
1 de diciembre
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EN
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