Newman v. Jackson,
25 U.S. 570 (1827)

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Newman v. Jackson, 25 U.S. 570 (1827)

Newman v. Jackson

25 U.S. 570


Question as to the sufficiency of a notice of a sale of real property under a deed of trust.

No particular form of such a notice is prescribed by law; it is sufficient if the description of the land is reasonably certain, so as to inform the public of the property to be sold.

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