U.S. Supreme Court
Burley v. Flint, 105 U.S. 247 (1881)
Burley v. Flint
105 U.S. 247
A sale under a decree of foreclosure ordering that the mortgaged premises in Illinois be sold without any right of redemption was confirmed by the proper court. After the expiration of the time within which the defendant was, under the statute, entitled to redeem, he, without leave, filed his bill praying that so much of the decree as excluded that right be reviewed and reversed. Held that the bill was properly dismissed.
The facts are stated in the opinion of the court.