Dainese v. Cooke
91 U.S. 580 (1875)

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Dainese v. Cooke, 91 U.S. 580 (1875)

Dainese v. Cooke

91 U.S. 580

Syllabus

If the proper officer gives a permit for the erection of certain specially described buildings in Washington City, a clear case of danger to the public safety or of departure from the permit must be made before the party acting under it can be arrested midway in the construction of them and required to remove them.

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