Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Mr. J. Mortimer Rubenstein argued the cause for plaintiff-appellant (Messrs. Saltzman, Rubenstein & Kosoff, attorneys; Mr. John F. Segreto, on the brief).
Mr. Robert L. Clifford argued the cause for defendant-respondent (Messrs. Mead, Gleeson, Hansen & Pantages, attorneys; Mr. Alastair J. Sellar, of counsel; Messrs. W. Clark Gaw and Robert L. Clifford, on the brief).
Before Judges CLAPP, JAYNE and HUGHES.
Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.
The opinion of the court was delivered by CLAPP, S.J.A.D.
This is an action upon an automobile liability insurance policy issued by the defendant to the plaintiff covering the latter's auto. The only question we shall pass upon relates to the significance of the word "business" appearing in a declaration in the policy that the auto is to be used for "pleasure and business."
The plaintiff, a rabbi of Paterson, New Jersey, in addition to attending to his religious...
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