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State v. City of Veblen

Supreme Court of South Dakota
Sep 8, 1932
244 N.W. 125 (S.D. 1932)


File No. 7420.

Opinion filed September 8, 1932.

Appeal and Error.

Appeal wherein no briefs were filed for appellant or proceedings taken for approximately four months after filing notice of appeal held abandoned.

Appeal from Circuit Court, Marshall County.

Action by the State, on the relation of Hector Coolsaet and others, copartners doing business under the firm name and style of Coolsaet Bros. Drees, against the City of Veblen and others. From the judgment, defendants appeal. Affirmed.

Otto L. Kaas, of Britton, for Appellants.

N.J. Jones, of Britton, for Respondent.

In this action certified copy of notice of appeal was filed in this court on the 25th day of April, 1932. Since said date, no brief has been filed on behalf of the appellants, nor any other proceedings had herein. Because of the failure to prosecute said appeal or take any further steps therein, the same will be deemed to have been abandoned, and the judgment appealed from is affirmed.

POLLEY, J., not sitting.

Summaries of

State v. City of Veblen

Supreme Court of South Dakota
Sep 8, 1932
244 N.W. 125 (S.D. 1932)
Case details for

State v. City of Veblen

Case Details

Full title:STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, ex rel COOLSAET, Respondent, v. CITY OF VEBLEN…

Court:Supreme Court of South Dakota

Date published: Sep 8, 1932


244 N.W. 125 (S.D. 1932)
244 N.W. 125

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