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Taylor v. City of Albany

Court of Appeals of the State of New York
Apr 17, 1934
191 N.E. 554 (N.Y. 1934)

Opinion

Argued March 12, 1934

Decided April 17, 1934

Appeal from the Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Department.

George A. Reilly, Corporation Counsel ( Anthony De Stefano of counsel), for City of Albany, appellant.

Charles E. Nichols for New York Central Railroad Company, appellant.

Glenn A. Frank for respondent.



Judgment affirmed, with costs; no opinion.

Concur: POUND, Ch. J., CRANE, LEHMAN, O'BRIEN, HUBBS and CROUCH, JJ. Not sitting: KELLOGG, J.


Summaries of

Taylor v. City of Albany

Court of Appeals of the State of New York
Apr 17, 1934
191 N.E. 554 (N.Y. 1934)
Case details for

Taylor v. City of Albany

Case Details

Full title:BETTYE L. TAYLOR, Respondent, v. THE CITY OF ALBANY et al., Appellants

Court:Court of Appeals of the State of New York

Date published: Apr 17, 1934

Citations

191 N.E. 554 (N.Y. 1934)
191 N.E. 554

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