Pulliam v. Christian
47 U.S. 209

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Pulliam v. Christian, 47 U.S. 6 How. 209 209 (1848)

Pulliam v. Christian

47 U.S. (6 How.) 209

Syllabus

A decree of the circuit court setting aside a deed made by a bankrupt before his bankruptcy, directing the trustees under the deed to deliver over to the assignee in bankruptcy all the property remaining undisposed of in their hands, but without deciding how far the trustees might be liable to the assignee for the proceeds of sales previously made and paid away to the creditors, directing an account to be taken of these last-mentioned sums in order to a final decree, is not such a final decree as can be appealed from to this Court.

The circumstances of the case are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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