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Furman v. Shell Eastern Petroleum Products

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: April 27, 1933.

HERBERT W. FURMAN, RESPONDENT,
v.
SHELL EASTERN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED, OWNER, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT; OWEN F. LANGAN, INCORPORATED, BUILDER, DEFENDANT

On appeal from Warren County Circuit Court.

For the appellant, Louis Auerbacher, Jr.

For the respondent, Lyman M. Smith.

[110 NJL Page 452]

PER CURIAM.

In all essential matters this case is similar to Grantwood Lumber Co. v. Aragona, 109 N.J.L. 447, and so within the ruling in that case. There was a reference of a mechanics'

[110 NJL Page 453]

lien case by consent, a report by the referee, and an attack on the report by "exceptions," which were overruled and the report was confirmed by the court.

For the reasons stated in the Grantwood case, the appeal will be dismissed.

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