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The Brooklyn City Railroad Company v. Whalen

Court of Appeals of the State of New York
Jun 11, 1920
128 N.E. 215 (N.Y. 1920)

Opinion

Argued June 4, 1920

Decided June 11, 1920

John P. O'Brien, Corporation Counsel ( William B. Carswell, Joseph A. Devery and Edward G. Nelson of counsel), for appellant.

Jackson A. Dykman and William N. Dykman for respondent.

Terence Farley for Public Service Commission of State of New York (First District).

Henry L. Stimson and Allen T. Klots for receiver of New York Railways Company, intervening.

Louis Marshall for Edward Schafer, intervening.


Order affirmed, with costs; first question certified answered in the affirmative; remaining questions unnecessary and not answered; no opinion.

Concur: HISCOCK, Ch., CHASE, COLLIN, CARDOZO, POUND, CRANE and ANDREWS, JJ.


Summaries of

The Brooklyn City Railroad Company v. Whalen

Court of Appeals of the State of New York
Jun 11, 1920
128 N.E. 215 (N.Y. 1920)
Case details for

The Brooklyn City Railroad Company v. Whalen

Case Details

Full title:THE BROOKLYN CITY RAILROAD COMPANY, Respondent, v . GROVER A. WHALEN…

Court:Court of Appeals of the State of New York

Date published: Jun 11, 1920

Citations

128 N.E. 215 (N.Y. 1920)
128 N.E. 215

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