New Jersey v. New York CityAnnotate this Case
290 U.S. 237 (1933)
U.S. Supreme Court
New Jersey v. New York City, 290 U.S. 237 (1933)
New Jersey v. New York City
No. 12, original
Argued November 6, 1933
Decided December 4, 1933
290 U.S. 237
Decree (1) modifying the decree heretofore entered (284 U.S. 585), by extending the effective date; (2) adding provisions for enforcement; (3) adjudging defendant liable for amounts expended by plaintiff's municipal subdivisions to prevent or lessen defilement or pollution of waters and shores of New Jersey, and (4) providing that the costs, the expenses incurred by the special master, and his compensation, shall be taxed against defendant.
Hearing, after report of Special Master, upon plaintiff's petition for enforcement of the final decree herein and defendant's answer and petition for an extension of time.
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