New Jersey v. New York City,
296 U.S. 259 (1935)

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New Jersey v. New York City, 296 U.S. 259 (1935)

New Jersey v. New York City

No. 10, original (October Term, 1934)

Rule to Show Cause issued October 14, 1935

Return to Rule presented November 18, 1935

Decided December 9, 1935

296 U.S. 259


1. The defendant City is granted leave to file a petition for construction or modification of the former decree, 290 U. S. 290 U.S. 237.

2. Dumping of sludge at sea, as described and explained in the petition, does not violate that decree.

3. Plaintiff's return does not put the petition in issue or show a violation.

4. Plaintiff's motion for appointment of a Special Master denied.

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