Oklahoma v. Texas,
265 U.S. 76 (1924)

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Oklahoma v. Texas, 265 U.S. 76 (1924)

Oklahoma v. Texas

No. 15, Original

Orders entered May 5, 1924

265 U.S. 76


1. Order to show cause why prosecution of an action brought against the receiver in this case should not be enjoined.

2. Order fixing time for filing suggestions, contentions, and arguments (1) respecting the distribution and incidence of receivership expenses, including those incurred, and losses sustained, from unremunerative wells, and (2) respecting authority for receiver to reimburse operators and drillers of wells in certain cases.

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