Marchand v. Livandais,
127 U.S. 775 (1888)

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Marchand v. Livandais, 127 U.S. 775 (1888)

Marchand v. Livandais

No. 1077

Submitted January 4, 1888

Decided April 16, 1888

127 U.S. 775


A feme covert was sued in Louisiana to recover upon notes said to have been executed by her with the authority and consent of her husband. The husband was made a party to the suit under the Code, although without interest in the suit. Judgment being given for defendant, the plaintiff sued out a writ of error against the wife only, but serving it on the husband also. On motion by defendant in error to dismiss the writ, held that the motion should be denied.

Page 127 U. S. 776

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