Tyler v. Black,
54 U.S. 230 (1851)

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Tyler v. Black, 54 U.S. 13 How. 230 230 (1851)

Tyler v. Black

54 U.S. (13 How.) 230


Where a person desired to purchase land from a party who was ignorant that he had any title to it, or where the land was situated, and the purchaser made fraudulent

Page 54 U. S. 231

representations as to the quantity and quality of the land, and also, as to a lien which he professed to have for taxes which he had paid, and finally bought the land for a grossly inadequate price, the sale will be set aside.

The facts are all stated in the opinion of the Court.

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