James Shewan & Sons, Inc. v. United States,
267 U.S. 86 (1925)

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James Shewan & Sons, Inc. v. United States, 267 U.S. 86 (1925)

James Shewan & Sons, Inc. v. United States

No. 42

Argued October 7, 8, 1924

Decided March 2, 1925

267 U.S. 86


A libelant whose libel against the United States for repairs on a vessel was dismissed by the district court but sustained by this Court on appeal held entitled, under the Suits in Admiralty Act, to costs in the district court and this Court, and interest as that court shall order in accordance with the statute. P. 267 U. S. 87.

Appeal from a decree of the district court in admiralty which dismissed a libel for repairs. The decree was reversed (see 266 U. S. 266 U.S. 108), and the present decision is upon an application to withdraw the mandate and to award costs.

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