Sun Mutual Insurance Company v. Kountz Line (123 U.S. 65)/Opinion of the Court

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123 U.S. 65

Sun Mutual Insurance Company  v.  Kountz Line

The rehearing asked is denied, and the mandate is modified so as to read as follows: 'The dec

ree, in so far as it dismisses the original libel of the appellants, the Sun Mutual Insurance Company of New Orleans, and the Hibernia Insurance Company of New Orleans, and adjudges that the M. Moore Transportation Company, and the K. P. Kountz Transportation Company, respectively, recover from said appellants the costs and expenses of the seizure, detention, and sale of the steam-boats J. B. Kehlor and Katie P. Kountz, respectively, is reversed, and the cause is remanded, with directions to the court below to set aside all orders inconsistent with the rights of said appellants, as declared in the opinion of this court, and to enter such orders and decrees as may be in conformity therewith.'


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