TOMICH v. UNION TRUST CO, 278 U.S. 664 (1929)

U.S. Supreme Court

TOMICH v. UNION TRUST CO, 278 U.S. 664 (1929)

278 U.S. 664
No. 14.

T. TOMICH, Harry F. Scott, and H. Mulberger, appellants,
v.
UNION TRUST CO., Spokane & Eastern Trust Company. [Footnote 1]

Supreme Court of the United States

January 2, 1929

Mr. John A. Shelton, of Butte, Mont., for appellants.

Dismissed with costs pursuant to paragraph 2 of rule 13.

Footnotes

Footnote 1 Transcript in this case was withdrawn from Supreme Court and filed in Circuit Court of Appeals. For opinion in that court, see 31 F.(2d) 515.[ Tomich v. Union Trust Co 278 U.S. 664 (1929) ]




U.S. Supreme Court

TOMICH v. UNION TRUST CO, 278 U.S. 664 (1929)

278 U.S. 664
No. 14.

T. TOMICH, Harry F. Scott, and H. Mulberger, appellants,
v.
UNION TRUST CO., Spokane & Eastern Trust Company. [Footnote 1]

Supreme Court of the United States

January 2, 1929

Mr. John A. Shelton, of Butte, Mont., for appellants.

Dismissed with costs pursuant to paragraph 2 of rule 13.

Footnotes

Footnote 1 Transcript in this case was withdrawn from Supreme Court and filed in Circuit Court of Appeals. For opinion in that court, see 31 F.(2d) 515.[ Tomich v. Union Trust Co 278 U.S. 664 (1929) ]

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