Morrison v. Durr,
122 U.S. 518 (1887)

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Morrison v. Durr, 122 U.S. 518 (1887)

Morrison v. Durr

Argued April 27-28, 1887

Decided May 27, 1887

122 U.S. 518


In this case, the bill having called for answers under oath, and such answers having been made denying each and every allegation of fraud, and the evidence of two witnesses, or of one witness corroborated by circumstances, being wanting in support of the charges of fraud, this Court will not reverse the decree dismissing the bill.

In equity. Decree dismissing the bill. Plaintiff appealed.

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