United States v. Boisdore's HeirsAnnotate this Case
48 U.S. 658 (1849)
U.S. Supreme Court
United States v. Boisdore's Heirs, 48 U.S. 7 How. 658 658 (1849)
United States v. Boisdore's Heirs
48 U.S. (7 How.) 658
The meaning of the forty-third rule of this Court is that if a judgment or decree in the court below be rendered more than thirty days before the commencement of the term of this Court and the record be not filed within the first six days of the term, the appellee or defendant in error may docket the case and move for its dismissal as the rule prescribes.
But if the judgment or decree of the court below be rendered less than thirty days before the commencement of the term of this Court, the rule does not apply.
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