Lasere v. RochereauAnnotate this Case
84 U.S. 437 (1873)
U.S. Supreme Court
Lasere v. Rochereau, 84 U.S. 17 Wall. 437 437 (1873)
Lasere v. Rochereau
84 U.S. (17 Wall.) 437
Judicial proceedings during the war of the rebellion within lines of the federal army by a private person on a mortgage ending in a judgment and sale of the mortgaged premises against one who had been expelled by the military authority of the United States into the so-called Confederacy and who had no power or right to return to his home during the rebellion held null, and a judgment which refused to vacate them reversed. Dean v. Nelson, 10 Wall. 172, affirmed.
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