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Cooper v. Kensil

New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division


Decided: December 20, 1954.

ARTHUR M. COOPER AND STANLEY FRANKEL, PLAINTIFFS-APPELLANTS,
v.
THEODORE J. KENSIL, DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT

Clapp, Jayne and Francis.

Per Curiam

[33 NJSuper Page 411]

The judgment appealed from is affirmed for the reasons set forth in the opinion of Judge Haneman reported in 31 N.J. Super. 87 (Ch. Div. 1954).

It may be noted also as a fundamental matter that the remedy of specific performance is not available where the right is "dim." (Jayne, V.C., Cline v. Kurzweil , 141 N.J. Eq. 508, 514 (Ch. 1948), affirmed 1 N.J. 407 (1949)). Such relief is granted only when the right is clear, distinct and definite. DiCataldo v. Harold Corp. , 15 N.J. Super. 471 (Ch. Div. 1951); Montclair Distributing Co. v. Arnold Bakers, Inc. , 1 N.J. Super. 568, 576 (Ch. Div. 1948); Hardy v. Hangen , 134 N.J. Eq. 176 (Ch. 1943).

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