GRUBB'S EX'RS v. GRUBB'S EX'RS, 2 U.S. 191 (1792)

U.S. Supreme Court

GRUBB'S EX'RS v. GRUBB'S EX'RS, 2 U.S. 191 (1792)

2 U.S. 191 (Dall.)

Grubb's Executors
v.
Grubb's Executors

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

September Term, 1792

This cause being referred in the Common Pleas, the referrees made report into office; and afterwards the plaintiff removed the cause by certiorari into this Court.

Page 2 U.S. 191, 192

But Ingersoll, on behalf of the defendant, now moved for a Procedendo; alledging that in a case of Pigot v. Young, it had been decided, that a cause could not be removed after the arbitrators, or referees, had entered on the business submitted, or referred, to them.

And the Court, accordingly, awarded a Procedendo.


U.S. Supreme Court

GRUBB'S EX'RS v. GRUBB'S EX'RS, 2 U.S. 191 (1792)

2 U.S. 191 (Dall.)

Grubb's Executors
v.
Grubb's Executors

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

September Term, 1792

This cause being referred in the Common Pleas, the referrees made report into office; and afterwards the plaintiff removed the cause by certiorari into this Court.

Page 2 U.S. 191, 192

But Ingersoll, on behalf of the defendant, now moved for a Procedendo; alledging that in a case of Pigot v. Young, it had been decided, that a cause could not be removed after the arbitrators, or referees, had entered on the business submitted, or referred, to them.

And the Court, accordingly, awarded a Procedendo.

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