Zimmern v. United States,
298 U.S. 167 (1936)

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Zimmern v. United States, 298 U.S. 167 (1936)

Zimmern v. United States

No. 766

Argued April 3, 1936

Decided April 27, 1936

298 U.S. 167


An order made by a district judge on his own motion during the term at which a decree has been entered, reciting the need for an amendment of the decree and extending the term to a future day for the declared purpose of allowing such amendment, without specifying the change in contemplation, has the effect of suspending the operation of the decree so that no appeal can be taken from it until it has been amended or confirmed. P. 298 U. S. 169.

79 F.2d 703 reversed.

Certiorari, 297 U.S. 701, to review a judgment dismissing an appeal.

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