Tyler v. TuelAnnotate this Case
10 U.S. 324 (1810)
U.S. Supreme Court
Tyler v. Tuel, 10 U.S. 6 Cranch 324 324 (1810)
Tyler v. Tuel
10 U.S. (6 Cranch) 324
ON CERTIFICATE OF DIVISION OF OPINION AMONG THE JUDGES
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF VERMONT
An assignee of part of a patent right cannot maintain an action on the case for the violation of the patent.
Tyler and others, as assignees of Benjamin Tyler, the original patentee of an improvement in grist mills which he called the wry fly, or side wheel.
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