United States v. Ohio Power Co.,
353 U.S. 98 (1957)

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United States v. Ohio Power Co., 353 U.S. 98 (1957)

United States v. Ohio Power Co.

No. 312, October Term, 1955

Certiorari denied October 17, 1955

Rehearing denied December 5, 1955

Rehearing again denied May 26, 1956

Order denying rehearing vacated June 11, 1956

Rehearing and certiorari granted

and case decided April 1, 1957

353 U.S. 98


1. The petition for rehearing is granted; the order entered October 17, 1955, denying certiorari is vacated; the petition for certiorari is granted; and the judgment of the Court of Claims is reversed on the authority of United States v. Allen-Bradley Co., 352 U. S. 306 and National Lead Co. v. Commissioner, 352 U. S. 313. Pp. 353 U. S. 98-99.

2. The interest in finality of litigation must yield when the interests of justice would make unfair the strict application of the Rules of this Court. P. 353 U. S. 99.

131 Ct.Cl. 95, 129 F.Supp. 215, reversed.

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