Lidderdale's Executors v. Executor of Robinson
25 U.S. 594

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Lidderdale's Executors v. Executor of Robinson, 25 U.S. 594 (1827)

Lidderdale's Executors v. Executor of Robinson

25 U.S. 594

Syllabus

Under the statute of Virginia giving to debts due on protested bills of exchange the rank of judgment debts, a joint endorser, who has paid more than his proportion of the debt, has a right to satisfaction out of the assets of his co-endorser, with the priority of a judgment creditor.

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