19 A.D.2d 634 (1963)

Yetta Stolzenberg, Appellant, v. Edwin F. Wanamaker, Respondent

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Second Department.

June 10, 1963

Judgment affirmed, with costs.

In our opinion, the trial court's charge concerning the respective duties and liabilities of drivers of vehicles and of pedestrians was adequate. By reason of plaintiff's failure to take exception to the charge and to the court's rulings on requests to charge, the plaintiff is now bound by the charge and the rulings, and the questions sought to be raised on this appeal concerning them are not preserved for review (Kluttz v. Citron, 2 N.Y.2d 379; Brown v. Du Frey, 1 N.Y.2d 190; Harrington v. Kedem Realty Corp., 13 A.D.2d 1027; Brennan v. Moore-McCormack Lines, 3 A.D.2d 1006; Civ. Prac. Act, § 446).


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