Abstracts of Current Decisions on Mines and Mining: May to August, 1917 Page: 9
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MINERALS AND MINERAL LANDS. 9
the pipe-line company all of the oil produced by the seller from such
well, as a pipe-line company has an adequate legal remedy in an
action for damages, and where such legal remedy exists, equitable
relief will not be granted.
Simms v. Southern Pipe Line Co. (Texas Civil App.), 195 Southwestern 283, p. 287.
SALE OF GAS-RIGHT TO CHANGE RATES.
Under the statute of Kansas a receiver of a natural gas company
has no right to change the rate or schedule of charges, rules, regula-
tions, or practices pertaining to the supply of natural gas to the
patrons'of the company without the authority of the public utili-
Sta'e v. Landon (Kansas), 165 Pacific 1111, p. 1112.
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