Davidson v. Taylor,
25 U.S. 604 (1827)

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Davidson v. Taylor, 25 U.S. 604 (1827)

Davidson v. Taylor

25 U.S. 604


The bail is fixed by the death of the principal after the return of the ca. sa. and before the return of the scire facias, and the bail is not entitled to as exoneretur in such a case.

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