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Entered according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-twa
BY WILLIAM GOULD & SONS,
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ALLEN PAYNE, who prosecutes in his own behalf and that:
of all other judgment creditors of William P. SHELDON, who choose to join with him, agt. WILLIAM P. SHELDON, impleaded with others.
A creditor at large, with a judgment which is a general lien upon all his debtors:
real estare, cannot maintain an action in equity to set aside the fraudulent conveyances of his judgment debtor, which obstructs the collection of his judgment. out of such real estate, without the issuiny of an execution and ascertaining that it cannot be collected of the personal property of his debtor. (The authorities upon
this question examined and considered). Where an execution has been duly issued by a judgment creditor to the sheriff of a
county, and by him returned unsatisfied, a complaint by the judgment creditor, in. equity, to reach the property of the judgment debtor is detective, if it does not allege that the execution was issued to the sheriff of the county where the judge ment debtor resided at the time of its issue and of the recovery of the judgmento
Monroe Special Term, December, 1871.
E. W. GARDNER, for defendant.
E. DARWIN SMITH, J.—The complaint in this action sets out two judgments recovered against the defendant, William P. Sheldon. Upon the judgment first described, no execution appears to have been issued. Upon the judgment secondly described, it appears that an execution was duly issued to Vol. XLIII.