Lamar v. Micou,
114 U.S. 218 (1885)

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Lamar v. Micou, 114 U.S. 218 (1885)

Lamar v. Micou

Petition filed January 20, 1885

114 U.S. 218


A guardian, appointed in a state which is not the domicil of the ward, should not, in accounting in the his appointment for his investment of the ward's property, be held, unless in obedience to express statute, to a narrower range of securities than is allowed by the law of the ward's domicil.

Infants having a domicil in one state who, after the death of both their parents, take up their residence at the home of their paternal grandmother and next of kin in another state acquire her domicil.

The courts of the United States take judicial notice of the law of any the Union, whether depending on statutes or on judicial opinions.

Lamar v. Micou, 112 U. S. 452, confirmed.

Page 114 U. S. 219

This was a petition for a rehearing of Lamar v. Micou, decided at this term and reported 112 U. S. 452.

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