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Swift



Story gives his rule the status of a law because it cannot be reexamined
or reversed by the circuit court on remand.  The source of
interpretation is the Luke v Lyde case and Story's view of the general
rule.  It has a higher status because Story's opinion questions of
general commercial law should be made by general considerations of
commercial jurisprudence rather than local law (NY).