Heirs of De Armas v. United States,
47 U.S. 103 (1848)

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Heirs of De Armas v. United States, 47 U.S. 6 How. 103 103 (1848)

Heirs of De Armas v. United States

47 U.S. (6 How.) 103


An order of the district court sustaining a demurrer to a petition because it was multifarious and because the names of the persons claiming or in possession of the land which the petitioners alleged to belong to them were not set forth was not a final judgment or decree from which an appeal lies to this Court.

This was a petition in the district court relating to land, the circumstances of which it is unnecessary to state any further than they are referred to in the opinion of the Court, as the case went off upon a point of jurisdiction.

Page 47 U. S. 104

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