United States v. Indrelunas,
411 U.S. 216 (1973)

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United States v. Indrelunas, 411 U.S. 216 (1973)

United States v. Indrelunas

No. 72-805

Decided April 16, 1973

411 U.S. 216


The provision in Fed.Rule Civ.Proc. 58, that "[e]very judgment" of a district court "shall be set forth on a separate document" which, inter alia, starts the time limits for appeals and post-trial motions running, is a mechanical provision that must be mechanically applied to render certain the date on which a judgment is entered.

Certiorari granted; 465 F.2d 13, reversed and remanded.

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