Hawkins v. BlakeAnnotate this Case
108 U.S. 422 (1883)
U.S. Supreme Court
Hawkins v. Blake, 108 U.S. 422 (1883)
Hawkins v. Blake
Decided May 7, 1883
108 U.S. 422
On appeal from the decree of the court below executing the mandate of the court on the judgment entered in Blake v. Hawkins,98 U. S. 315,
1. That it was no error in the execution of the mandate to permit a new party to become party and set up rights under the decree, when it appears by the record that all parties consented.
2. That there was no error in charging the amount found due to the appellees as next of kin, upon the real estate conveyed to Devereux by his mother, and in the hands of his assignees in bankruptcy, and the assignees took the estate charged with the specific equity to which it was subject in the bankrupt's hands, and must hold and apply it to the purposes to which in equity it is devoted.
Appeal from the decree entered in the court below on the mandate of this Court sent down with the judgment and opinion in Blake v. Hawkins,98 U. S. 315.
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