U.S. Supreme Court
Trust Company v. Sedgwick, 97 U.S. 304 (1877)
Trust Company v. Sedgwick
97 U.S. 304
The court adheres to its ruling in Phipps v. Sedgwick, 95 U. S. 3, that, where a husband causes real estate to be conveyed to his wife in fraud of his creditors, a judgment in personam for its value cannot be taken, at the suit of his assignee in bankruptcy, against her nor, in case of her death, against her executors.
The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.