Dietzsch v. Huidekoper,
103 U.S. 494 (1880)

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Dietzsch v. Huidekoper, 103 U.S. 494 (1880)

Dietzsch v. Huidekoper

103 U.S. 494


1. Kern v. Huidekoper, supra, p. 103 U. S. 485, cited and approved.

2. After the plaintiff removed to the proper circuit court of the United States a suit in replevin brought in a state court, the latter proceeded to try it and render judgment for a retorno habendo. An action having been thereupon brought in the state court against him and his sureties on the replevin bond, they filed their bill in the circuit court, praying that the plaintiff in that action be enjoined from further prosecuting it. Held that the circuit court properly granted the prayer of the bill.

3. The ruling in French, Trustee v. Hay, 22 Wall. 250, reaffirmed.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the court.

Page 103 U. S. 495

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