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OKLAHOMA V. TEXAS, 261 U. S. 345 (1923)

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Oklahoma v. Texas, 261 U.S. 345 (1923)

Oklahoma v. Texas

No. 18, Original

Decided March 12, 1923

261 U.S. 345


Supplemental decree relating to certain lands in the bed of Red River and bordering its north side; declaring principles determining ownership and riparian rights and specifying the limits of particular titles, and directing the receiver to surrender possession of all patented and allotted tracts on the northerly side of the medial line of the river, within the receivership area and having no oil wells, such surrender to discharge them from the receivership.

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