Flamm v. Real-Blt, Inc.
424 U.S. 1313 (1976)

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Flamm v. Real-Blt, Inc., 424 U.S. 1313 (1976)

Flamm v. Real-Blt, Inc.

No. A-731 (75-6263)

Decided February 25, 1976

424 U.S. 1313

Syllabus

Application to stay Montana Supreme Court's judgment reversing trial court's judgment that applicant tenant was entitled to certain rights under the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment before being evicted from respondent landlord's federally subsidized low income housing project, is denied in view of lease provision that either party to lease may terminate it by giving 30 days' written notice to other party, thus making it unnecessary to reach any due process issue.

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