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CLARK V. KILLIAN, 103 U. S. 766 (1880)

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Clark v. Killian, 103 U.S. 766 (1880)

Clark v. Killian

103 U.S. 766


1. The settlement of lands by a man upon his wife is not invalid if the rights of existing creditors are not thereby impaired.

2. A bill of review is the appropriate mode of correcting errors apparent on the face of the record, and it was in this case filed in time, less than two years having elapsed since the original decree was passed.

3. The court will not consider errors assigned by the appellee.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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