FINDLAY v. FLORIDA EAST COAST RY. CO.

No. 7029.

68 F.2d 540 (1934)

FINDLAY et al. v. FLORIDA EAST COAST RY. CO. et al. FINDLAY v. BANKERS' TRUST CO. et al.

Circuit Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.

January 24, 1934.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Sam R. Marks and Harry T. Gray, both of Jacksonville, Fla., for appellants.

E. J. L'Engle, J. W. Shands, Robert H. Anderson, Russell L. Frink, John C. Cooper, Jr., and Henry P. Adair, all of Jacksonville, Fla., and Leo Gottlieb, Jesse E. Waid, and Fitzhugh McGrew, all of New York City, for appellees.

Before BRYAN, HUTCHESON, and WALKER, Circuit Judges.


HUTCHESON, Circuit Judge.

Appellant, a holder of some of the first and refunding mortgage bonds of the Florida East Coast Railway, unwilling to intervene in the consolidated causes already pending in the same court in which, at the suit of the creditors and at that of the mortgage trustees, the railway company was being administered by receivers, brought this suit as he claims, as ancillary and dependent to it. The purpose of the suit was to compel the trustees of...

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