BRUDENELL ET AL v. VAUX, 2 U.S. 302 (1794)

U.S. Supreme Court

BRUDENELL ET AL v. VAUX, 2 U.S. 302 (1794)

2 U.S. 302 (F.Cas.) 2 Dall. 302

Brudenell et al.
v.
Vaux et. al.

Circuit Court, Pennsylvania District

April Term, 1794

The question in this cause arose upon the act of Assembly for recording Mortgages (1 Vol. Dall. Edit. p. 112) the mortgage of the defendants having been recorded after the expiration of six Lunar, but within six Calendar, months, from the date: And the Court, having compared this, with other acts of the Legislature, were of opinion, that by the word 'months,' Calendar months were intended.

Lewis & Tilghman, for the plaintiff. Ingersoll, Rawle, & Thomas, for the defendant.


U.S. Supreme Court

BRUDENELL ET AL v. VAUX, 2 U.S. 302 (1794)

2 U.S. 302 (F.Cas.) 2 Dall. 302

Brudenell et al.
v.
Vaux et. al.

Circuit Court, Pennsylvania District

April Term, 1794

The question in this cause arose upon the act of Assembly for recording Mortgages (1 Vol. Dall. Edit. p. 112) the mortgage of the defendants having been recorded after the expiration of six Lunar, but within six Calendar, months, from the date: And the Court, having compared this, with other acts of the Legislature, were of opinion, that by the word 'months,' Calendar months were intended.

Lewis & Tilghman, for the plaintiff. Ingersoll, Rawle, & Thomas, for the defendant.

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