Ex Parte Mead
109 U.S. 230 (1883)

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Ex Parte Mead, 109 U.S. 230 (1883)

Ex Parte Mead

Submitted October 29, 1883

Decided November 12, 1883

109 U.S. 230

Syllabus

When a claim presented for proof in bankruptcy as a debt against the bankrupt's estate is rejected by the district court, an appeal from the decision to the circuit court is incomplete and invalid if the appellant fails to give to the assignee the notice thereof which the statute requires, within ten days after the decision, even though such notice may have been given to the objecting creditor.

Petition for mandamus.

Page 109 U. S. 231

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