Gottlieb v. Thatcher - 151 U.S. 271 (1894)
U.S. Supreme Court
Gottlieb v. Thatcher, 151 U.S. 271 (1894)
Gottlieb v. Thatcher
Argued January 4-5, 1894
Decided January 15, 1894
151 U.S. 271
The proofs fail to establish that the transactions complained of by the appellant were fraudulent, as alleged.
The relationship of brothers does not of and, in itself, cast suspicion upon a transfer of property by one to the other or create such a prima facie presumption against its validity as would require the court to hold it to be invalid without proof that there was fraud on the part of the grantor, participated in by the grantee.
A judgment being filed for record and recorded as required by the statutes of Colorado, a lien attaches at once upon the real estate of the judgment debtor.
The proviso in the Colorado statute concerning liens, suspending the running of the statute when issue of execution is restrained by injunction, applies to a suspension of issue by supersedeas on appeal.
In equity. Decree dismissing the bill, from which complainant appealed. The case is stated in the opinion.