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The "Balance of Injury" as a Reason for Refusing an Injunction to Restrain a Nuisance
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1164 Fed. 927 (C. C. A., gth Circ.). (396)
2This reference contains 3 citations:
- Evans v. Fertilizing Co., I6o Pa. 209, 224
- Sellers v. Parvis, 30 Fed. I64
- Milling Co. v. Tenn. Coal Co., 123 Fed. 8ii.
3Kerr on Inj.,* I66; I High on Inj., sec. 739.
4This reference contains 2 citations:
- Gilbert v. Showerman, 23 Mich. 448.
- see Sanderson v. Coal Co., II3 Pa. I26.
5Webb v. Portland Manuf. Co., 3 Summ. I89.
6Smith v. Rochester, 45 N. Y. 6I2.
7This reference contains 2 citations:
- Clifton Iron Co. v. Dye, 87 Ala. 468
- Doughty v. Warren, 85 N. C. 138; Mountain Copper Co., v. U. S., 142 Fed.
8This reference contains 2 citations:
- Richard's Appeal, 57 Pa. I05
- Sinmpson v. Justice, 8 Ired. Eq. i2o.
9Pomeroy, Eq. Jur., vol. 5, par. 530, 531.
10Ibid, note 115 and 116.
11This reference contains 2 citations:
- Webb v. Portland Manuf. Co., 3 Summ. I89
- Snith v. Rochester, 45 N. Y. 6I2.
12Weston Co. v. Pope, I55 Ind. 394.