City of New Orleans v. United Cab Owners

Full title: THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS v. UNITED CAB OWNERS, INC., ET AL

Court: Supreme Court of Louisiana

Date published: Jun 10, 1957

Facts

Remedial writs, accompanied by a stay order, were granted in this case (Article VII, Sec. 10, Louisiana Constitution of 1921-LSA) to review a judgment of the trial court reading as follows:

“This matter having been submitted to the Court on exceptions to its jurisdiction, ratione personae and materiae, and the Court considering the exceptions are well founded:

“It is ordered, adjudged, and decreed that the plaintiff’s suit be dismissed, without prejudice, at the plaintiff’s cost; the temporary restraining order is dissolved, ab initio, and all pending contempt proceedings are dismissed.”

The City of New Orleans, a municipal corporation, brought injunction proceedings against United Cab Owners, Inc., Cooperative Cab Company, Inc., all officers, directors, agents, employees, and representatives of both companies, certain named individuals, and all persons, firms, associations and corporations acting in concert with them, or under or subject to their control, persuasion or influence, in which it prayed for a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction enjoining the defendants from 

Issue

Decision

For the reasons assigned, the judgment of the district court is reversed and set aside; the temporary restraining order herein issued on March 1, 1957, is reinstated; and, the cause is remanded to the district court for further proceedings by law.

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