Life Insurance Company v. Bangs,
103 U.S. 780 (1880)

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Life Insurance Company v. Bangs, 103 U.S. 780 (1880)

Life Insurance Company v. Bangs

103 U.S. 780


Where there has been no newly discovered evidence, a bill in equity will not lie to cancel a contract or enjoin a judgment thereon where the complainant, against whom it was rendered, sets up as grounds of relief matters which he had full opportunity to plead in the action at law.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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