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Hughes Vs. Wendel - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
CourtUS Supreme Court
Decided On
Case Number317 U.S. 134
AppellantHughes
RespondentWendel
Excerpt:
.....cannot be determined, and the appeal is dismissed. p. 134. 139 ohio st. 632, 41 n.e.2d 702, appeal dismissed. per curiam. appellant is the owner of a 99-year perpetually renewable lease of which the university of miami, in ohio, is lessor, and which has been subjected to assessment of county taxes pursuant to § 5330 of the ohio general code. appellant contends that this statute as applied violates an exemption from taxation granted by § 13 of an ohio statute of february 17, 1809 (7 ohio laws, p. 188), which allegedly became a part of her contract through execution of the lease, and impairs the obligation of her contract contrary to article i, § 10 of the constitution. the record, however, does not set forth appellant's lease, and the incomplete summary of it.....
Judgment:
Hughes v. Wendel - 317 U.S. 134 (1942)
U.S. Supreme Court Hughes v. Wendel, 317 U.S. 134 (1942)

Hughes v. Wendel

No. 176

Decided November 16, 1942

317 U.S. 134

APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF OHIO

Syllabus

Since the record does not contain the contract nor an adequate summary thereof, appellant's claim of unconstitutional impairment of the obligation of the contract cannot be determined, and the appeal is dismissed. P. 134.

139 Ohio St. 632, 41 N.E.2d 702, appeal dismissed.

PER CURIAM.

Appellant is the owner of a 99-year perpetually renewable lease of which the University of Miami, in Ohio, is lessor, and which has been subjected to assessment of county taxes pursuant to § 5330 of the Ohio General Code. Appellant contends that this statute as applied violates an exemption from taxation granted by § 13 of an Ohio statute of February 17, 1809 (7 Ohio Laws, p. 188), which allegedly became a part of her contract through execution of the lease, and impairs the obligation of her contract contrary to Article I, § 10 of the Constitution. The record, however, does not set forth appellant's lease, and the incomplete summary of it contained in her pleading is not adequate to enable us to determine what her rights may be. Accordingly, we must dismiss the appeal.

Dismissed.


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