Krippendorf v. Hyde

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United States Supreme Court

110 U.S. 276

Krippendorf  v.  Hyde

It is alleged that all the attachment creditors are non-residents of the state of Indiana; but it does not appear from the record what is the citizenship of any of the parties to the bill. The ground of the decree of the circuit court was that the appellant had a plain and adequate remedy at law.

D. V. Burns, for appellant.

Lew Wallace and A. W. Hatch, for appellees.

[Argument of Counsel from pages 278-279 intentionally omitted]



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