Pendleton & Webb v. Wambersie
8 U.S. 73 (1807)

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Pendleton & Webb v. Wambersie, 8 U.S. 4 Cranch 73 73 (1807)

Pendleton & Webb v. Wambersie

8 U.S. (4 Cranch) 73

ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT

FOR THE DISTRICT OF GEORGIA

Syllabus

In this case it was decided that an assignee of an assignee of a co-partner in a joint purchase and sale of lands may sustain a bill in equity against the other co-partners and the agent of the concern to compel a discovery of the quantity purchased and sold, and for an account and distribution of the proceeds.

Error to the Circuit Court for the District of Georgia, in a suit in equity, in which Pendleton and Webb were complainants against Emanuel Wambersie, James Seagrove, and the representative of James Armstrong, Jacob Weed, and Henry Osborne were defendants.

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