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Short v. Texaco, Inc

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Citation. 22 Ill.273 Ind. 518, 406 N.E.2d 625 (1980)

Brief Fact Summary. An act of the legislature of Indiana, called the Mineral Lapse Act (the Act), put an end to interests in minerals, which have not been used for twenty years. The lower court found the Act to be contrary to due process, equal protection and the guarantee of just compensation for property taken for the state.

Synopsis of Rule of Law. The courts may not sit as a super legislature to judge the wisdom or desirability of legislative policy, where such determinations do not impact fundamental rights nor a suspect classification.


Facts. The Act put an end to interests in minerals, which have not been used for twenty years. The lower court found the Act to be contrary to due process, equal protection, and the guarantee of just compensation for property taken for the state.

Issue. Is the Act unconstitutional?
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