Morse v. United States,
270 U.S. 151 (1926)

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Morse v. United States, 270 U.S. 151 (1926)

Morse v. United States

No. 201

Motion to dismiss submitted February 1, 1926

Decided March 1, 1926

270 U.S. 151


1. Under Rule 90 of the Court of Claims, after a motion for new trial has been overruled, another cannot be made without leave of court. P. 270 U. S. 153.

2. The ninety days allowed by Jud.Code § 243 for appeal to this Court from a judgment of the Court of Claims, began to run from the day when that court denied a duly and seasonably filed motion for a new trial, and was not postponed by the subsequent presentation of a motion (which the court likewise denied) for leave to file a further motion for a new trial. P. 270 U. S. 153.

Appeal from 59 Ct.Cls. 139 dismissed.

Page 270 U. S. 152

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