Scott v. Shreeve,
25 U.S. 605 (1827)

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Scott v. Shreeve, 25 U.S. 605 (1827)

Scott v. Shreeve

25 U.S. 605


Relief in equity against a judgment at law upon certain bonds given for the indemnity of the obligee, as endorser of notes drawn by the obligor, the consideration having, failed.

The assignee of such bonds takes them subject to all equities existing between the original parties.

The plaintiff below is entitled to relief in equity, not having a complete and adequate remedy at law.

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