Mississippi & Missouri Railroad Company v. Cromwell
91 U.S. 643 (1875)

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Mississippi & Missouri Railroad Company v. Cromwell, 91 U.S. 643 (1875)

Mississippi & Missouri Railroad Company v. Cromwell

91 U.S. 643

Syllabus

A court of equity is not bound to shut its eyes to the evident character of a transaction where its aid is sought to carry into effect an unconscionable bargain, but will leave the party to his remedy at law.

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