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J. C. F. Chirac v. the Lessee of A. F. Chirac Et. Al.

15 U.S. 259, 1817.SCT.0000011

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The first point made by the plaintiff in error is, that the estate of which John Baptiste Chirac died seised was, in his lifetime, escheatable, because it was acquired before he became a citizen of the United States; the law of the state of Maryland, according to which he took the oaths of citizenship, being virtually repealed by the constitution of the United States, and the act of naturalization enacted by congress. That the power of naturalization is exclusively in congress does not seem to be, and certainly ought not to be, controverted; but, it is contended, that the act of Maryland, passed in the year 1780, 'To declare and ascertain the privileges of the subjects of France residing within that state,' gives to those subjects the power of holding land on the performance of certain conditions prescribed in that act.

J. C. F. Chirac v. the Lessee of A. F. Chirac Et. Al.
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: 11 March 1817
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
  • Print Length: 19 Pages
  • Language: English
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