Ingraham v. Hanson,
297 U.S. 378 (1936)

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Ingraham v. Hanson, 297 U.S. 378 (1936)

Ingraham v. Hanson

No. 427

Argued February 14, 1936

Decided March 2, 1936

297 U.S. 378


Amendments of § 2058 of the Compiled Laws of Utah, so as to provide that sales of lands in drainage districts for delinquency in payment of drainage taxes shall be separate from sales of the same lands for general taxes, held not to impair the obligation of drainage district bonds, sold before the amendments, or to deprive the bondholders of property without due process of law.

86 Utah 424, 46 P.2d 400, affirmed.

Appeal from the affirmance of a judgment quieting the title of the plaintiff, the present appellee, to land in a drainage district which had been taken by the county for general taxes and conveyed by the county to him.

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