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Williams v. Board of Education of Township of Deptford

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: January 28, 1985.

JANE M. WILLIAMS, AN INDIVIDUAL, APPELLANT,
v.
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF DEPTFORD, GLOUCESTER COUNTY, A BODY CORPORATE AND POLITIC OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, RESPONDENT

On appeal from the Superior Court, Appellate Division, whose opinions are reported at 192 N.J. Super. 31 (1983).

For affirmance -- Chief Justice Wilentz, and Justices Clifford, Handler, Pollock, O'Hern and Garibaldi. For reversal -- None.

Per Curiam

[98 NJ Page 320]

The judgment is affirmed, substantially for the reasons expressed in the majority opinion of the Appellate Division, reported at 192 N.J. Super. 31 (1983). The dissenting opinion below did not address the Appellate Division majority's dictum that the Board of Education should be permitted to recoup moneys paid to appellant because of an erroneous interpretation of N.J.S.A. 18A:30-2.1. That issue is therefore not before us, see R. 2:2-1(a)(2), and we express no view on it.

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