Virginia v. West Virginia,
231 U.S. 89 (1913)

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Virginia v. West Virginia, 231 U.S. 89 (1913)

Virginia v. West Virginia

No. 2, Original

Submitted October 14, 1913

Decided November 10, 1913

231 U.S. 89


In a controversy between states, this Court will not refuse a request made in good faith by one of the parties for reasonable time to effect a settlement, but will comply therewith as near as it can consistently with justice.

On complainant's motion to proceed to final hearing and respondent's request for reasonable time to proceed with negotiations for amicable adjustment, the case is assigned for next April.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

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