Decided: January 22, 1937.
ANNA E. K. OLLEMAR, ISIDOR M. OLLEMAR AND FRANK A. GEIGER, EXECUTORS AND TRUSTEES UNDER THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ELIZABETH OLLEMAR, DECEASED, PROSECUTORS-APPELLANTS,
TOWN OF IRVINGTON, IN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX, AND D. KNOWLTON READ, COLLECTOR OF TAXES OF THE TOWN OF IRVINGTON, COUNTY OF ESSEX, DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS
On appeal from the Supreme Court.
For the appellants, Thomas E. Fitzsimmons (Meyer M. Semel, of counsel).
For the respondents, Albert C. Kraft.
[117 NJL Page 399]
The Supreme Court had before it on certiorari two certain sales for unpaid municipal liens held in 1927 by the collector of taxes of the town of Irvington, and the proceedings relating thereto, at which certain lands of the prosecutors were sold. That court considered the reasons assigned, and the arguments of counsel as to why such sales should be set aside, and concluded that no sufficient reason to set them aside was presented, and accordingly dismissed the writ.
We in turn have carefully considered the arguments advanced by the prosecutors on their appeal to this court, and find no merit in them.
The judgment of the Supreme Court will therefore be affirmed, with costs.
[117 NJL Page 400]
For affirmance -- THE CHANCELLOR, TRENCHARD, PARKER, PERSKIE, HETFIELD, DEAR, WELLS, WOLFSKEIL, COLE, JJ. 9.
For reversal -- THE CHIEF JUSTICE, HEHER, RAFFERTY, JJ. 3.