Seney v. Wabash W. Railway Company/Opinion of the Court

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United States Supreme Court

150 U.S. 310

Seney  v.  Wabash W. Railway Company


This case differs from the preceding one (14 Sup. Ct. Rep. 86) in the facts that rental to the amount of $7,920 was paid to August 1, 1884, instead of October 1, and possession of the road was ordered to be surrendered to Seney as trustee on April 6, 1886. No complaint was made of unnecessary delay in giving up possession after application was made therefor. The case is not distinguishable in principle from the other, and the decree of the court below dismissing the petition is therefore affirmed.

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