Pepper v. DunlapAnnotate this Case
46 U.S. 51
U.S. Supreme Court
Pepper v. Dunlap, 46 U.S. 5 How. 51 51 (1847)
Pepper v. Dunlap
46 U.S. (5 How.) 51
Where a perpetual injunction was granted by a subordinate state court, and, upon appeal, the highest state court decided that the party in whose favor the injunction had been granted was entitled to relief, and therefore remanded the case to the same subordinate court from which it had come for further proceedings, this is not such a final decree as can be reviewed by this Court.
The writ of error must be dismissed, on motion.
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