Block v. North Side Lumber,
473 U.S. 1307 (1985)

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Block v. North Side Lumber, 473 U.S. 1307 (1985)

Block v. North Side Lumber

No. A-31

Decided July 24, 1985

473 U.S. 1307


An application by the Secretary of Agriculture to vacate the Court of Appeals' stay of the issuance of its own mandate is denied. The Court of Appeals had vacated the District Court's preliminary injunction against the Secretary's enforcing his contracts with respondent lumber company for the latter's harvesting of timber in national forests, but stayed the issuance of its mandate for 30 days to allow respondents to petition this Court for certiorari.

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