Hentig v. Page,
102 U.S. 219 (1880)

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Hentig v. Page, 102 U.S. 219 (1880)

Hentig v. Page

102 U.S. 219


The circuit court in a foreclosure suit appointed a receiver of the rents and profits of the mortgaged land, and ordered that all persons who had come into the possession thereof pendente lite should surrender it to him on his demand. On their refusal to do so, a writ was issued commanding the marshal to eject them. They thereupon addressed a petition to one of the judges, praying that the writ be revoked by the court. Held that an appeal does not lie from his order at chambers denying the petition.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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