The appellant, who was successful in the Appellate Division of the Superior Court in reversing a judgment of the Chancery Division of that court, appeals here under a claim of right. He voices dissatisfaction with the opinion of the Appellate Division. Appeals, however, are taken from judgments and not from opinions. He also argues strenuously that the denial of costs by the court below constitutes a violation of...
HUGHES v. EISNER
8 N.J. 228 (1951)
84 A.2d 626
THOMAS W. HUGHES, PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENT, v. RUDOLPH EISNER, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT.
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Argued November 19, 1951.
Decided November 26, 1951.
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