A. S. Harrison, Jr., Attorney General of Virginia (Frederick T. Gray, Present Attorney General, Substituted Petitioner) (Virginia State Ports Authority) v. Sidney C. Day, Jr., Comptroller of Virginia

Case Name

A. S. Harrison, Jr., Attorney General of Virginia (Frederick T. Gray, Present Attorney General, Substituted Petitioner) (Virginia State Ports Authority) v. Sidney C. Day, Jr., Comptroller of Virginia

Authors

Files

Download Record 5304: Petition For Writ of Mandamus; Case Record (5.0 MB)

Court

Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Richmond

Term

9-1961

Virginia Reports Citation

202 Va. 967

Parallel Citation

121 S.E.2d 615

Disciplines

Administrative Law | Civil Law | Constitutional Law | State and Local Government Law | Taxation-State and Local

Keywords

Constitutional Law and Plainly Unconstitutional, Corporations Controlled by States, Judicial Encroachment on Executive Acts Taken Under Statutory Authority, Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, States and Disposition of Property, States and Executive Departments, Boards or Other Bodies, States and Limitation of Use of Funds or Credit, States and Use of Property, Taxation and Restrictions on Exemptions, Taxes for Special Purposes

A. S. Harrison, Jr., Attorney General of Virginia (Frederick T. Gray, Present Attorney General, Substituted Petitioner) (Virginia State Ports Authority) v. Sidney C. Day, Jr., Comptroller of Virginia

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