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Leeds v. Leeds

Court of Appeals of the State of New York


Leeds v. Leeds
60 N.Y.2d 641 (N.Y. 1983)

On the court's own motion, appeal dismissed, without costs, upon the ground that appellant is not a party aggrieved (CPLR 5511). Motion for a stay and for a preference dismissed as academic.

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