Francis v. United Jersey Bank
|Opinion of the Court
Supreme Court of New Jersey
87 N.J. 15; 432 A.2d 814
JOHN J. FRANCIS, HUGH P. FRANCIS AND J. RAYMOND BERRY, TRUSTEES OF PRITCHARD & BAIRD INTERMEDIARIES CORP., PRITCHARD & BAIRD, INC., P & B INTERMEDIARIES CORP., AND P & B, INC., PLAINTIFFS-RESPONDENTS v. UNITED JERSEY BANK, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES H. PRITCHARD, LILLIAN P. OVERCASH, EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF LILLIAN G. PRITCHARD AND LILLIAN P. OVERCASH, DEFENDANTS-APPELLANTS
On certification to the Superior Court, Appellate Division, whose opinion is reported at 171 N.J. Super. 34 (1979)
No. A-156 Argued: May 5, 1980, Argued --- Decided: July 1, 1981, Decided
Clive S. Cummis argued the cause for appellants (Sills, Beck, Cummis, Radin & Tischman, attorneys; Thomas J. Demski, of counsel; Thomas J. Demski and Kenneth F. Oettle, on the brief).
Hugh P. Francis argued the cause for respondents (Francis and Berry, attorneys).
For affirmance — Justices Sullivan, Pashman, Clifford, Schreiber, Handler and Pollock. For reversal — none. The opinion of the Court was delivered by Pollock, J.