American Fur Liners Contractors Assn.
v.
Lucchi

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, First DepartmentFeb 5, 1937
249 App. Div. 513 (N.Y. App. Div. 1937)
249 App. Div. 513293 N.Y.S. 1

February 5, 1937.

Appeal from Supreme Court of New York County.

Louis B. Boudin, for the appellants.

Irving Schneider, for the respondent.

Present — MARTIN, P.J., O'MALLEY, TOWNLEY, UNTERMYER and COHN, JJ.


We are of opinion that section 882-a of the Civil Practice Act does not, under ordinary circumstances, contemplate the framing of issues to be submitted to the jury in a proceeding to punish for contempt. Since, however, the appellants themselves objected to proceeding to trial unless issues were framed, they are not in a position to object upon that ground. We think the issues as framed are sufficient to present the questions to be decided

The order so far as appealed from should be affirmed, with twenty dollars costs and disbursements.


Order so far as appealed from unanimously affirmed, with twenty dollars costs and disbursements.