Wurts v. Hoagland,
105 U.S. 701 (1881)

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Wurts v. Hoagland, 105 U.S. 701 (1881)

Wurts v. Hoagland

105 U.S. 701


l. The time within which a writ of error must be served, in order that it may operate as a supersedeas must be computed from the date of the judgment which is the subject of review.

2. The writ of error did not in either of these cases operate as a supersedeas, as the required bond was filed Oct. 27, 1881, and the judgment of the Supreme Court of New Jersey was affirmed by the Court of Errors and Appeals July 18, 1881, and the record remitted Aug. 31, 1881.

Rule to show cause why an attachment should not issue against the defendant in error for having sued out executions upon the judgments below after supersedeas bonds in due form and approved security had been filed within the prescribed time.

MR. JUSTICE BRADLEY delivered the opinion of the Court.

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