Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Mr. Charles H. Hoens, Jr., argued the cause for the appellant United States of America (Mr. William F. Tompkins, United States Attorney, attorney).
Mr. Hugh C. Spernow argued the cause for the appellant Union Building and Investment Co. (Messrs. Wallisch & Wallisch, attorneys).
Mr. Charles Rubenstein argued the cause for the respondents Max Platt, Inc., Campbell-Morrell Supply Co., and Construction Specialties, Inc. (Mr. Leslie P. Glick on the brief; Messrs. Rubenstein & Glick, attorneys for Max Platt, Inc., Messrs. Werksman, Saffron & Cohen, attorneys for Campbell-Morrell Supply Co., Mr. Arnold M. Smith, attorney for Construction Specialties, Inc.).
The Supreme Court of New Jersey.
The opinion of the court was delivered by BURLING, J.
This appeal stems from an action of interpleader by Bankers Title and Abstract Company (hereinafter called Bankers Title), a New Jersey corporation, plaintiff, in which Elmwood Stores, Inc., (hereinafter called Elmwood), a New Jersey corporation, subsequently was joined as a party plaintiff, filed on August 18, 1952 in the Superior Court, Chancery Division. Judgment of interpleader was entered on February 17, 1953...
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