East Tennessee, Va. & Ga. R. Co. v. Southern Tel. Co.
125 U.S. 695 (1888)

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East Tennessee, Va. & Ga. R. Co. v. Southern Tel. Co., 125 U.S. 695 (1888)

East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad

Company v. Southern Telegraph Company

No. 107

Submitted December 13, 1887

Argued March 20, 1888

Decided April 9, 1888

125 U.S. 695


It being made to appear that one party to this suit had sold out to the other, and that the suit was prosecuted by the purchasing party for his own benefit, the Court of its own motion, after notice and hearing, dismissed the case.

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