Thompson v. Governor

| Ind. | May 8, 1828

IF a suit be brought on a collector’s bond against the principal and sureties, it is error to take judgment against the sure-*143tics alone, without a suggestion on the record of the sheriff’s return to the writ of “non est inventus” as to the principal. R. C. 1824, p. 290.—Morris v. Knight, 1 Blackf. 106.—Colman v. Graeter, id. 388. See 1 Saund. p. 207, n. 2, p. 291, n. 4 (1).

King v. Anthony, ante, p. 131. R. C. 1831; p. 400.