R. F. Erhardt & Sons v. Joseph M. Bucko Et Al.
NY.48558; 208 N.Y.S.2d 748; 12 A.D.2d 639 (1960)
Supreme Court of New York
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Neither the decision nor the judgment entered thereon makes any disposition of defendants' counterclaim. Under the circumstances, it should be remitted to the trial court for a further decision, for a statement of the facts essential to dispose of the issues raised by the counterclaim and reply, and for the entry of an appropriate judgment consistent with the facts found (cf. Pinsker v. Pinsker, 44 App. Div. 501; Cable Flax Mills v. Early, 72 App. Div. 213; La Grange v. Merritt, 88 App. Div. 279). Defendants' contention that they were deprived of a fair trial by reason of bias of the County Judge is wholly without merit or justification. Disposition Judgment reversed on the law, without costs, and the action remitted to the trial court for further proceedings not inconsistent herewith.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 14 December 1960
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 1 Pages
- Language: English