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KEYSER V. FARR, 105 U. S. 265 (1881)

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Keyser v. Farr, 105 U.S. 265 (1881)

Keyser v. Farr

105 U.S. 265


1. Where, after the allowance of an appeal, the required supersedeas bond was duly approved and the cause entered here, the court below had no longer any control over the decree, and its subsequent order vacating that allowance is void.

2. Goddard v. Ordway, 101 U. S. 745, distinguished.

Motion on the part of the appellants for a writ of supersedeas and on the part of the appellees to dismiss.

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