Cobs v. Mosby

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Cobs v. Mosby, Wythe 137 (1791),[1] was a very brief opinion dismissing a bill for relief.

Background

Cobs filed a bill for relief with the High Court of Chancery against a verdict in another court.

The Court's Decision

The Chancery Court dismissed Cobs's bill. The court which had handed down the verdict rejected a motion for a new trial, and that motion was the only basis for the Chancery Court's jurisdiction.

References

  1. George Wythe, Decisions of Cases in Virginia by the High Court of Chancery with Remarks upon Decrees by the Court of Appeals, Reversing Some of Those Decisions, 2nd ed., ed. B.B. Minor (Richmond: J.W. Randolph, 1852), 137.