CONVERSE v. AETNA NAT BANK, 212 U.S. 567 (1909)

U.S. Supreme Court

CONVERSE v. AETNA NAT BANK, 212 U.S. 567 (1909)

212 U.S. 567

THEODORE R. CONVERSE, Receiver, etc., Plaintiff in Error,
v.
AETNA NATIONAL BANK
No. 75.

THEODORE R. CONVERSE, Receiver, etc Plaintiff in Error,
v.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SUFFIELD

No. 76.

January 25, 1909.

Page 212 U.S. 567, 568

Messrs. William Waldo Hyde and Charles Welles Gross for plaintiff in error.

Messrs. Gardiner Greene, Frank T. Browne, and Charles E. Serles for defendants in error.

Per Curiam: Judgments reversed with costs, on the authority of Bernheimer v. Converse, 206 U.S. 516, 51 L. Ed. 1163, 27 Sup. Ct. Rep. 755, and cases remanded for further proceedings in conformity to law.


U.S. Supreme Court

CONVERSE v. AETNA NAT BANK, 212 U.S. 567 (1909)

 212 U.S. 567

THEODORE R. CONVERSE, Receiver, etc., Plaintiff in Error,
v.
AETNA NATIONAL BANK
No. 75.

THEODORE R. CONVERSE, Receiver, etc Plaintiff in Error,
v.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SUFFIELD

No. 76.

January 25, 1909.

Page 212 U.S. 567, 568

Messrs. William Waldo Hyde and Charles Welles Gross for plaintiff in error.

Messrs. Gardiner Greene, Frank T. Browne, and Charles E. Serles for defendants in error.

Per Curiam: Judgments reversed with costs, on the authority of Bernheimer v. Converse, 206 U.S. 516, 51 L. Ed. 1163, 27 Sup. Ct. Rep. 755, and cases remanded for further proceedings in conformity to law.

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