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Swain v. Knapp

Supreme Court of New Hampshire Grafton
Mar 7, 1902
51 A. 905 (N.H. 1902)

Opinion

Decided March 7, 1902.

BILL IN EQUITY, for leave to appeal from the report of the commissioner upon the estate of Arthur Knapp, deceased. At the April term, 1901, of the superior court the bill was dismissed by Stone, J., upon motion of the defendant, and the plaintiff excepted.

Samuel B. Page, for the plaintiff, cited P. S., c. 200, ss. 2, 7.

Burleigh Adams, for the defendant.


The court has no power to grant the relief asked. Reed v. Prescott, 70 N.H. 88; Parsons v. Parsons, 67 N.H. 419; Jones v. Martin, 67 N.H. 334; Parsons v. Parsons, 67 N.H. 296; Hilton v. Wiggin, 46 N.H. 120; Peabody's Petition, 40 N.H. 342, 444; Sheafe v. Sheafe, 29 N.H. 269, 272; Smith v. McDaniel, 15 N.H. 474, 475; Dyer v. Stanwood, 6 N.H. 411.

Exception overruled.

All concurred.


Summaries of

Swain v. Knapp

Supreme Court of New Hampshire Grafton
Mar 7, 1902
51 A. 905 (N.H. 1902)
Case details for

Swain v. Knapp

Case Details

Full title:SWAIN v. KNAPP, Ex'x

Court:Supreme Court of New Hampshire Grafton

Date published: Mar 7, 1902

Citations

51 A. 905 (N.H. 1902)
51 A. 905

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