Alviso v. United States (72 U.S. 824)/Opinion of the Court

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72 U.S. 824

Alviso  v.  United States

The final decree in the District Court was rendered on the 8th September, 1863, and an appeal was allowed, on motion of the claimant, on the 18th November, 1863. Upon this appeal no action was taken by the appellants. On the 23d February, 1864, an appeal was again allowed, and the record was brought to this court and filed November 11, 1864.

This was in time, but no citation was issued to the adverse party, and there is nothing to show any waiver; and a citation, with due return, or waiver by general appearance or otherwise, is indispensable to jurisdiction an appeal. [1]



^1  Bacon v. Hart, 1 Black, 38; Castro v. United States, 3 Wallace, 49.

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