Casey v. Schuchardt
96 U.S. 494 (1877)

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Casey v. Schuchardt, 96 U.S. 494 (1877)

Casey v. Schuchardt

96 U.S. 494

Syllabus

The ruling in Casey v. Cavaroc, supra, p. 96 U. S. 467, applied to this case.

This case arises upon a bill filed by Casey, receiver of the New Orleans National Banking Association, to recover from Schuchardt & Sons and C. Cavaroc & Son certain securities claimed by them to be held by way of pledge for certain advances made to that institution by Schuchardt & Sons. A decree was made by the Circuit Court dismissing the bill, and from that decree he appealed.

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