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Glick v. Trustees of Free Public Library

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: July 16, 1948.

ARNOLD GLICK AND HAROLD GLICK, PARTNERS, TRADING AS GLICK BOOKBINDING CO., PROSECUTORS,
v.
THE TRUSTEES OF THE FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF NEWARK AND WM. H. RADEMAEKERS & SON, CO., A CORPORATION, RESPONDENTS

On application for writ of certiorari.

For the prosecutors, Alexander J. Matturri (Samuel A. Larner, of counsel).

For the respondent The Trustees of the Free Public Library of the City of Newark, Thomas L. Parsonnet.

Before Justices Donges, Colie and Eastwood.

[137 NJL Page 355]

PER CURIAM.

Prosecutors were the low bidders on the bookbinding contract for the year 1948 for the Newark Public Library. The contract however was awarded to a higher bidder. The prosecutors applied for and were denied certiorari to review the award to the higher bidder. We are of the opinion that debatable questions of law are raised and accordingly a writ of certiorari will be allowed.

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