Opelika City v. Daniel,
109 U.S. 108 (1883)

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Opelika City v. Daniel, 109 U.S. 108 (1883)

Opelika City v. Daniel

Submitted October 10, 1883

Decided October 29, 1883

109 U.S. 108


A brought suit against B upon bonds aggregating $24,000, on which over $5,000 interest was claimed as overdue. Before trial, A, by leave of court, amended so as to include only 90 of the coupons originally sued on. He took judgment for less than $5,000. Held that the amendment was within the discretion of the Court below, and this Court has no jurisdiction.

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