Plaintiff brought an action against the United States on a National Service Life Insurance policy in a federal district court. Timely demand for trial by jury was made in accordance with Federal Rule 38. Held, the plaintiff was entitled to a trial by jury. That section of the Judicial Code which reenacts the Tucker Act and denies jury trials in contract actions against the United States is not applicable to National Service Life Insurance claims. Williams v. United States, (D.C. Tex. 1951) 95 F. Supp. 672.
Morris G. Shanker S.Ed.,
FEDERAL PROCEDURE-JURIES-RIGHT TO JURY TRIAL IN ACTIONS ON NATIONAL SERVICE LIFE INSURANCE POLICY CLAIMS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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