In Williams v. Slote, 70 N.Y. 601, the demand for judgment was not for any specific sum, but generally, as in this case, for an accounting, and that defendants be adjudged to pay such sum as shall be found due thereon.Summary of this case from Parker v. Pullman Co.
Argued May 30, 1877
Decided June 12, 1877
William A. Beach, for appellant.
John S. Woodward, for respondents.
EARL, J., reads for reversal and new trial.
All concur, except RAPALLO, J., absent.