Glenn v. MarburyAnnotate this Case
145 U.S. 499 (1892)
U.S. Supreme Court
Glenn v. Marbury, 145 U.S. 499 (1892)
Glenn v. Marbury
Submitted January 11, 1892
Decided May 16, 1892
145 U.S. 499
The statute of limitations begins to run against an action against a stockholder in an insolvent corporation in the hands of a receiver to recover unpaid assessments on his stock when the court orders the assessment to be made.
When such a call is made, the action in the District of Columbia, where the common law prevails, must be brought in the name of the company.
The case is stated in the opinion.
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