Natural Milk Producers Assn. v. San Francisco
317 U.S. 423 (1943)

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Natural Milk Producers Assn. v. San Francisco, 317 U.S. 423 (1943)

Natural Milk Producers Assn. v. San Francisco

No. 385

Argued December 16, 17, 1942

Decided January 11, 1943

317 U.S. 423


Where a federal question sought to be reviewed on certiorari becomes moot by reason of a change in the factual situation, which occurred after the trial and which was not noticed by the court below, the proper practice is to vacate the judgment, without costs to either party in this Court, and remand the cause to the court below for such further proceedings a it may deem proper. P. 317 U. S. 424.

20 Cal.2d 101, 124 P.2d 25, vacated and remanded.

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