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Tannenbaum v. N.Y. City Rapid Transit System

Supreme Court, Appellate Term, Second Department
Jun 15, 1944
182 Misc. 109 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1944)

Opinion

June 15, 1944.

Appeal from the Municipal Court of the City of New York, Borough of Brooklyn, MORRISSEY, J.

Ignatius M. Wilkinson, Corporation Counsel ( Abraham Satran of counsel), for appellant.

Emanuel Warner for respondent.


MEMORANDUM


The acknowledged but unverified notice of claim served herein did not constitute compliance with section 394a-1.0 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York (L. 1937, ch. 929). (Cf. Matter of Bristol v. Buck, 201 A.D. 100, affd. 234 N.Y. 504; Matter of Passero Sons, Inc., 237 A.D. 638; Geelan v. St. Patrick's Church of West Neck, 179 Misc. 432.) The Comptroller's acceptance and retention of plaintiff's affidavit in lieu of an examination did not effect a waiver on the part of the City of compliance with the statute. ( Lewis v. City of New York, 278 N.Y. 517; Meiner v. City of New York, 262 A.D. 970, motion for leave to appeal denied 287 N.Y. 855; Brazill v. City of New York, 264 A.D. 763, motion for leave to appeal denied 289 N.Y. 851.)

The judgment should be reversed upon the law, with thirty dollars costs to the defendant, and complaint dismissed, with appropriate costs in the court below.

MacCRATE, SMITH and STEINBRINK, JJ., concur.

Judgment reversed, etc.


Summaries of

Tannenbaum v. N.Y. City Rapid Transit System

Supreme Court, Appellate Term, Second Department
Jun 15, 1944
182 Misc. 109 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1944)
Case details for

Tannenbaum v. N.Y. City Rapid Transit System

Case Details

Full title:NATHAN TANNENBAUM, Respondent, v. CITY OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK CITY RAPID…

Court:Supreme Court, Appellate Term, Second Department

Date published: Jun 15, 1944

Citations

182 Misc. 109 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1944)
50 N.Y.S.2d 122

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