Mower v. Fletcher,
114 U.S. 127 (1885)

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Mower v. Fletcher, 114 U.S. 127 (1885)

Mower v. Fletcher

Submitted March 22, 1885

Decided March 30, 1885

114 U.S. 127


A judgment of the supreme court of a state remanding a case to a state court with orders to enter a specified judgment is a final judgment for the purposes of a writ of error to this Court.

A judgment of a superior court remanding a case to an inferior court for entry of judgment and leaving no judicial discretion to the latter as to further proceedings is final.

These were motions to dismiss two causes brought here in error from the Supreme Court of California. The grounds for the motions are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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