Mitchell v. First National Bank of Chicago,
180 U.S. 471 (1901)

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Mitchell v. First National Bank of Chicago, 180 U.S. 471 (1901)

Mitchell v. First National Bank of Chicago

Argued October 11-12, 1900

Decided March 6, 1901

180 U.S. 471


Whatever may be the nature of a question presented for judicial determination -- whether depending on federal, general or local law -- if it be embraced by the issues made, its determination by a court having jurisdiction of the parties and of the subject matter, binds the parties and their privies, so long as the judgment remains unmodified or unreversed.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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