2 a decree nunc pro tunc is always admissible where a decree was ordered or intended to be entered and was omitted to be entered only by the inadvertence . Opinion for gray v brignardello 68 us 627 17 l ed 692 1 wall 627 1863 us lexis 491 brought to you by free law project a non profit dedicated to . The character of the suits brought in the state court by c j eaton by w h gray the parties to them the kind of evidence on which they were sustained . 68 us 627 1 wall 627 17 led 693 gray v brignardello brignardello v gray decided notfound opinion davis html. 1 the ancient doctrine that all rights acquired under a judicial sale made while a decree is in force and unreversed will be protected is a doctrine of extensive
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