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It is especially appropriate to publish in the Virginia Law Review the first extensive commentary of the Federal Declaratory Judgements Act. The credit for its enactment falls largely to ex-Governor, now Representative, Andrew J. Montague, of Virginia, who piloted the Act through the House of Representatives on four separate occasions. His persistence over a period of many years was finally rewarded when on June 14, 1934, President Roosevelt signed the Act giving the Federal Courts power to render such judgements.
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Federal Declaratory Judgements Act, Andrew J. Montague, Roosevelt