Evans v. State Bank,
134 U.S. 330 (1890)

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Evans v. State Bank, 134 U.S. 330 (1890)

Evans v. State Bank

No. 655

Submitted March 3, 1890

Decided March 17, 1890

134 U.S. 330


When the term at which an appeal is returnable goes by without the filing of the record, a second appeal may be taken if the time for appeal has not expired.

If an appellee does not avail himself of his right, under the ninth rule, to docket and dismiss an appeal for neglect of the appellant to docket the case and file the record as required by the rules, the appellant may file the record at any time during the return term.

The failure to obtain a citation or give a bond within two years from the rendition of a decree does not deprive this Court of jurisdiction over an appeal when the transcript of the record is filed here during the term succeeding its allowance.

Motion to dismiss. The case is stated in the opinion.

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