Love v. Simm's Lessee,
22 U.S. 515 (1824)

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Love v. Simm's Lessee, 22 U.S. 515 (1824)

Love v. Simm's Lessee

22 U.S. 515


A question under the registry acts of Tennessee whether a junior conveyance registered should take precedence of a prior unregistered deed. Held that the registry did not, under the circumstances, vest the title against the elder deed.

Page 22 U. S. 516

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