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UNITED STATES V. ROGERS, 255 U. S. 163 (1921)
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United States v. Rogers, 255 U.S. 163 (1921)
United States v. Rogers
Argued January 17, 18, 1921
Decided February 28, 1921
255 U.S. 163
1. In a proceeding to condemn land, the owner is entitled, as part of his just compensation, to interest on the confirmed award from the time when the government took actual possession. P. 255 U. S. 169.
2. Assuming that the local state rate of interest is not binding, there was no objection to adopting it (6 percent) in this case. Id.
257 F. 397 affirmed.
The case is stated in the opinion. The judgment below affirmed a judgment of the district court.
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