Oneida Navigation Corp. v. Job & Co., Inc.,
252 U.S. 521 (1920)

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Oneida Navigation Corp. v. Job & Co., Inc., 252 U.S. 521 (1920)

Oneida Navigation Corporation v. Job & Co., Inc.

No. 259

Argued March 19, 1920

Decided April 19, 1920

252 U.S. 521


In a libel of a vessel for damage to cargo due to unseaworthiness, the owner and claimant, having answered denying liability, by leave filed a petition to bring in another party as indemnitor. Held that a decree dismissing such petition was not appealable by the claimant to this Court in advance of any determination of the main issue of claimant's liability. A case cannot be brought up piecemeal. Collins v. Miller, ante, 252 U. S. 364.

Appeal dismissed.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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