Kammerer v. Kroeger
299 U.S. 302 (1936)

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Kammerer v. Kroeger, 299 U.S. 302 (1936)

Kammerer v. Kroeger

No. 522

Motion to dismiss distributed November 28, 1936

Decided December 21, 1936*

299 U.S. 302

Syllabus

The question whether the Court of Common Pleas of Ohio, in a proceeding to liquidate a building and loan association, had jurisdiction under the laws of that State to entertain applications by shareholders for reimbursement out of the assets of the association for counsel fees and expenses incurred by them in litigation which they had successfully conducted for the protection of the assets in behalf of themselves and the other shareholders held a question of state practice and remedy not involving any right under the Federal Constitution.

Appeals from 131 Ohio St. 330, 2 N.E.2d 823, dismissed.

Page 299 U. S. 303

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