Hetrick v. Village of Lindsey
265 U.S. 384 (1924)

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U.S. Supreme Court

Hetrick v. Village of Lindsey, 265 U.S. 384 (1924)

Hetrick v. Village of Lindsey

No. 231

Argued April 23, 1924

Decided June 2, 1924

265 U.S. 384

Syllabus

Failure of the state law to provide for notice and hearing before the making of a special assessment by a village council does not deprive the assessed owner of his property without due process when the law affords him, and he accepts, opportunity to determine all questions of law and fact as to the validity, fairness, and proper amount of the assessment, by proceedings brought by him in the state courts. P. 265 U. S. 387.

Affirmed.

Error to a judgment of the Supreme Court of Ohio which dismissed, as frivolous, a petition in error to review a judgment of the state court of appeals revising a special assessment.

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