United States v. Grant,
110 U.S. 225 (1884)

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United States v. Grant, 110 U.S. 225 (1884)

United States v. Grant

Submitted December 17, 1883

Decided January 21, 1884

110 U.S. 225


An act which directs the Court of Claims to reopen and readjudicate a claim, and in case it finds a further amount due that the same shall be a part of the original judgment, confers no right of appeal from the final action of the court under it, and if the time for the right of appeal from the original judgment has expired before appeal from such final action is claimed and taken, the appeal will be dismissed.

Motion to dismiss an appeal from the Court of Claims.

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