Miller v. Hatfield,
309 U.S. 1 (1940)

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Miller v. Hatfield, 309 U.S. 1 (1940)

Miller v. Hatfield

No. 237

Argued January 5, 1940

Decided January 15, 1940

309 U.S. 1


Upon finding that a necessary party to an appeal is absent, the Circuit Court of Appeals should sustain a motion of the appellant for a citation to bring him in, not dismiss the appeal.

101 F.2d 748 reversed.

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