McGarrity v. Delaware River Bridge Commission,
292 U.S. 19 (1934)

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McGarrity v. Delaware River Bridge Commission, 292 U.S. 19 (1934)

McGarrity v. Delaware River Bridge Commission

No. 635

Argued March 13, 1934

Decided April 2, 1934

292 U.S. 19


Appeal dismissed for want of a substantial federal question properly presented to the state court, in a suit for damage caused by a change of street grade to a lessee of abutting property.

The appeal was from a judgment of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, 311 Pa. 436, affirming a Judgment f the Court of Common Pleas, to which latter court the record had been remitted when the appeal to this Court was taken.

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