Draper v. Davis
104 U.S. 347

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Draper v. Davis, 104 U.S. 347 (1881)

Draper v. Davis

104 U.S. 347

APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT

OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Syllabus

Although, in default of payment, a deed of trust authorizes a sale by the trustee, yet where he attempts to sell property which is subject to conflicting liens, and it is doubtful whether a part of it is covered by the deed, a court of equity has jurisdiction to restrain the sale, determine the rights of all parties, and administer the fund.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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