Forsyth v. Vehmeyer,
177 U.S. 177 (1900)

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Forsyth v. Vehmeyer, 177 U.S. 177 (1900)

Forsyth v. Vehmeyer

No. 180

Submitted March 13, 1900

Decided April 9, 1900

177 U.S. 177


A representation as to a fact, made knowingly, falsely, and fraudulently for the purpose of obtaining money from another, and by means of which such money is obtained, creates a debt by means of a fraud involving moral turpitude and intentional wrong, and such debt is not discharged by a discharge in bankruptcy. .

This was a motion to dismiss. The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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