U.S. Supreme Court
Lewis v. Luckett, 221 U.S. 554 (1911)
Lewis v. Luckett
Submitted April 25, 1911
Decided May 29, 1911
221 U.S. 554
Under § 130 of the Code of the District of Columbia as amended by the Act of June 30, 1902, 32 Stat. 526, c. 1329, there is no failure of jurisdiction because publication for unknown heirs has not been made unless the record shows the actual or probable existence of persons who were heirs at law or next of.kin whose names were unknown, nor will proceedings duly had be vacated at the instance of one who was cited, and whose objections to probate have been overruled, and who does not show that there are any unknown heirs or next of kin or that there is any occasion to make such publication.
32 App.D.C. 188 affirmed.
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