U.S. Supreme Court
Nelson v. Carland, 42 U.S. 265 (1843)
Nelson v. Carland
42 U.S. 265
Upon questions adjourned from the district to the circuit court under the "act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States," the district judge cannot sit as a member of the circuit court, and consequently the points adjourned cannot be brought before this Court by a certificate of division.
Nor will an appeal or writ of error lie from the decision of the circuit court, and it is conclusive upon the district judge.