R. T. French v. Appalachian Electric
TN.259 , 580 S.W.2d 565 (1978)
Eastern Section Court of Appeals of Tennessee
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LEWIS, Judge. Plaintiffs, R. T. French, et al, are thirteen-member customers of defendant, Appalachian Electric Cooperative. They filed
suit on May 15, 1964, to require defendant to distribute, in cash, alleged accumulated revenues. Tennessee Valley Authority
(hereafter TVA), who was allowed to intervene as a party defendant, alleged that if the relief sought by plaintiffs was granted
it would "impair the obligations of the power contract" between TVA and defendant and "greatly damage and interfere with petitioner's
power program throughout the Tennessee Valley Region". TVA did not appeal.