Newman v. JacksonAnnotate this Case
25 U.S. 570 (1827)
U.S. Supreme Court
Newman v. Jackson, 25 U.S. 570 (1827)
Newman v. Jackson
25 U.S. 570
Question as to the sufficiency of a notice of a sale of real property under a deed of trust.
No particular form of such a notice is prescribed by law; it is sufficient if the description of the land is reasonably certain, so as to inform the public of the property to be sold.
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