Peugh v. Davis,
110 U.S. 227 (1884)

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Peugh v. Davis, 110 U.S. 227 (1884)

Peugh v. Davis

Submitted January 7, 1884

Decided January 21, 1884

110 U.S. 227


If a court in session and acting judicially allows an appeal which is entered of record without taking a bond within sixty days after rendering a decree, a justice or judge of the appellate court may, in his discretion, grant a supersedeas after the expiration of that time under the provisions of § 1007 Rev.Stat., but this is not to be construed as affecting appeals other than such as are allowed by the court acting judicially and in term time.

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