MARINE INS CO OF ALEXANDRIA v. YOUNG, 5 U.S. 332 (1803)

U.S. Supreme Court

MARINE INS CO OF ALEXANDRIA v. YOUNG, 5 U.S. 332 (1803)

5 U.S. 332 (Cranch)

Marine Insurance Company of Alexandria
v.
JAMES YOUNG.

February Term, 1803

In this case it was held, that an action of assumpsit could not be brought in a policy of insurance under seal; and the defect is not cured by verdict.


U.S. Supreme Court

MARINE INS CO OF ALEXANDRIA v. YOUNG, 5 U.S. 332 (1803)

5 U.S. 332 (Cranch)

Marine Insurance Company of Alexandria
v.
JAMES YOUNG.

February Term, 1803

In this case it was held, that an action of assumpsit could not be brought in a policy of insurance under seal; and the defect is not cured by verdict.

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