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HUDSON V. MOONIER, 304 U. S. 397 (1938)

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Hudson v. Moonier, 304 U.S. 397 (1938)

Hudson v. Moonier

No. 938

Decided May 23, 1938

304 U.S. 397


The liability of the lessor of a truck for personal injuries to a third party, in its operation, due to lessor's breach of a duty to maintain it in safe condition, depends upon the lex loci delicti. Erie Railroad v. Tompkins, ante p. 304 U. S. 64.

Certiorari granted; 94 F.2d 193 reversed.

Petition for certiorari to review a judgment affirming a recovery in an action for personal injuries, which had been removed from a state court.

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