Michigan Insurance Bank v. Eldred
143 U.S. 293 (1892)

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Michigan Insurance Bank v. Eldred, 143 U.S. 293 (1892)

Michigan Insurance Bank v. Eldred

No. 1288

Argued January 29, 1892

Decided February 29, 1892

143 U.S. 293

ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED

STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN

Syllabus

After the term at which a trial took place has expired without the court's control over the case being reserved by standing rule or special order, and especially after a writ of error has been entered in this Court, the court below cannot allow a bill of exceptions then first presented, or amend a bill of exceptions already allowed and filed.

Under the Code of Wisconsin, an express denial, upon information and belief, that the plaintiff was at or since the commencement of the action, or is now, a corporation, puts in issue the existence of the corporation.

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