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City of Camden v. Local Government Board

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: July 9, 1940.

THE CITY OF CAMDEN, PROSECUTOR,
v.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD, DEFENDANT

On rule to show cause why writ of certiorari should not issue.

For the prosecutor, John J. Crean and William J. Shepp.

For the defendant, David T. Wilentz and John F. Bruther.

Before Justices Case, Donges and Heher.

[125 NJL Page 73]

PER CURIAM.

An examination of the record on this application for a writ of certiorari discloses that fairly debatable questions are presented, which should receive judicial consideration, and, accordingly, the writ of certiorari is allowed.

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