Cochrane v. Deener,
95 U.S. 355 (1877)

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Cochrane v. Deener, 95 U.S. 355 (1877)

Cochrane v. Deener

95 U.S. 355


The Court declines to vacate its decree rendered at the last term in Cochrane v. Deener, 94 U. S. 780, but holds that third parties, whose interests are opposed to the Cochrane patents which were in controversy in that suit, should not be concluded from having a further hearing upon them whenever a future case may be presented here for consideration.

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