Mitchell v. McClure,
178 U.S. 539 (1900)

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Mitchell v. McClure, 178 U.S. 539 (1900)

Mitchell v. McClure

No. 237

Submitted April 12, 1900

Decided May 28, 1900

178 U.S. 539


A district court of the United States has no jurisdiction, without the proposed defendant's consent, to entertain an action of replevin by a trustee in bankruptcy to recover goods conveyed to the defendant by the bankrupt in fraud of the Bankrupt Act and of his creditors. Bardes v. Hawarden Bank, ante, 178 U. S. 524, followed.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

Page 178 U. S. 540

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