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Field v. Lukowiak

Decided: January 10, 1935.

JEROME T. FIELD AND HELEN GRACE KEARNEY, ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE OF EDWIN J. FIELD, DECEASED, RESPONDENTS,
v.
EDWARD LUKOWIAK ET AL., APPELLANTS



On appeal from the Supreme Court, Union county.

For the appellants, Sara V. Dunn.

For the respondents, Albert F. Bender.

Lloyd

The opinion of the court was delivered by

LLOYD, J. The action was on an irregularly signed promissory note and resulted in a verdict being directed for the

plaintiffs. The defendants appeal and claim that motions for nonsuit and for direction were improperly refused, and that there was error in rulings on evidence.

We can deal only with the rulings on the motions. The grounds of appeal are wholly inadequate to bring up any concrete rulings on evidence.

As to the motions. The defendants' signatures on the note in question were in the upper left-hand corner of an ordinary printed form. The note read as follows:

"$1,600

August 15th, 1931.

Edward Lukowiak, Jos. M. Lukowiak, Anna Lukowiak, Helen Lukowiak

On Demand after date promise to pay to the order of E. J. Field, Sixteen ...


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