United States v. Fortier,
342 U.S. 160 (1951)

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United States v. Fortier, 342 U.S. 160 (1951)

United States v. Fortier

No. 14

Argued October 10, 1951

Decided December 11, 1951

342 U.S. 160


A maximum sale price stipulated by a builder of houses, in securing permission to build and priorities assistance under the Veterans' Emergency Housing Act of 1946 and Priorities Regulation 33, does not survive the repeal of the statutory authority for that Regulation by the Housing and Rent Act of 1947, and may not be enforced as to houses sold after such repeal. Pp. 342 U. S. 160-162.

185 F.2d 608 affirmed.

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