Decided: July 2, 1974.
JOHN CERVASE ET AL., PLAINTIFFS-APPELLANTS,
KAWAIDA TOWERS, INC., A NEW JERSEY CORPORATION, ET AL., DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS, AND B.J. BUILDERS OF NEW JERSEY, INC., A NEW JERSEY CORPORATION, INTERVENOR
Carton, Lora and Seidman.
[129 NJSuper Page 125] The judgment of the Law and Chancery Divisions dismissing the complaints is affirmed substantially for the reasons set forth in the opinion of Judge Kimmelman, reported at 124 N.J. Super. 547 (Law and Ch. Divs. 1973).
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We perceive no need for expression of opinion on the cross-appeal of intervenor, B.J. Builders of New Jersey, Inc., requesting consideration of the propriety of rulings and orders of the trial court pertaining to various applications made for restraints against the plaintiffs and others for interference with intervenor's construction work. Since the trial court retained jurisdiction of the matter as to such orders and any modifications thereof, intervenor may make application to that court for any relief it deems necessary during future construction work performed on the project.