Order affirmed, with $50 costs and disbursements.
Plaintiffs allege that the complaint (drawn by appellants Kanter, Blodnick and Haber) in a previous action (commenced by defendants Muchnick) constituted an abuse of process. That previous action related solely to a disagreement between the parties, yet the complaint contained arguably irrelevant allegations of fraud against the State of New York. Plaintiffs claim that those allegations "were included therein for the sole purpose of compelling these plaintiffs, through fear and duress, to comply with unreasonable and unfounded demands made by the defendants". The Court of Appeals recently reviewed the requirements for an abuse of process action: (1) regularly issued process; (2) intent to harm; and (3) use of the process in a perverted manner to obtain a collateral objective (Board of Educ. v Farmingdale Classroom Teachers Assn., 38 N.Y.2d 397, 403-404). Here, although the complaint in the prior action was regularly issued and