Kendall v. United States,
107 U.S. 123 (1883)

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Kendall v. United States, 107 U.S. 123 (1883)

Kendall v. United States

Decided March 5, 1883

107 U.S. 123


1. In computing the six years after his claim against the United States first accrues within which it may be filed in the Court of Claims, the period must be included when the claimant was unable to sue in that court by reason of the aid he gave to the rebellion.

2. The petition is bad on demurrer when it appears therefrom that the claimant's right of action against the United States is barred by the lapse of time.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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