14 Ct. Cust. 172

Erskine (Inc.) v. United States

(No. 2562)1

United States Court of Customs Appeals,

May 29 1926

Frank L. Lawrence (Martin T. Baldwin of counsel) for appellant.

William W. Hoppin and Charles D. Lawrence, Assistant Attorneys General (.Margaret M. Burnet, special attorney, of counsel), for the United States.

[Oral argument October 15, 1925, and March 18, 1926, by Mr. Charles D. Lawrence]

Before Graham, Presiding Judge, and Smith, Barber, Bland, and Hatfield, Associate Judges

Smith, Judge,

delivered the opinion of the court:

The record in th i case does not disclose that the entry was liquidated and both parties concede that it was not liquidated. Upon the authority of Woolworth et al. v. United States, 14 Ct. Cust. Appls. 81, T. D. 41583, the appeal is dismissed without prejudice io the right of the importer to file another petition for the remission of additional duties or to avail himself of such other legal remedy as may be proper.

Erskine v. United States
14 Ct. Cust. 172

Case Details

Erskine v. United States
Decision Date
May 29, 1926

14 Ct. Cust. 172

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