Cahill v. New York, N.H. & H. R. Co.,
351 U.S. 183 (1956)

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Cahill v. New York, N.H. & H. R. Co., 351 U.S. 183 (1956)

Cahill v. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co.

No. 436

Decided May 14, 1956

351 U.S. 183


1. The motion of respondent to recall the judgment of this Court in this case is granted, and the judgment is amended to provide for a remand of the cause to the Court of Appeals for further proceedings. Pp. 351 U. S. 183-184.

2. The original order entered by the Court in this case, 350 U.S. 898, is deemed erroneous, and it is recalled in the interest of fairness. P. 351 U. S. 184.

3. Even when a petition for rehearing has been denied, Rule 58(4) of the Rules of this Court, barring consecutive and out-of-time petitions for rehearing, does not preclude a motion to correct the kind of error involved in the Court's original order in this case. P. 351 U. S. 184.

4. This cause is not moot, though the judgment has been paid. P. 351 U. S. 184.

350 U.S. 898, judgment recalled and amended.

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