DONNELLY RESPONDENT v. UNDERWRITING MEMBERS OF LLOYD AN UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATION APPELLANT

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District Court of Appeal, First District, Division 2, California.

J. W. DONNELLY, RESPONDENT, v. UNDERWRITING MEMBERS OF LLOYD'S (AN UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATION), APPELLANT.

Civ. 11581.

Decided: May 06, 1942

Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon, of San Francisco, for appellant. Livingston & Livingston, of San Francisco, for respondent.

It appearing that following the judgment and decision in the above–entitled cause on October 1, 1941, a petition for rehearing questioning the jurisdiction of this court was granted, and that the cause was for that reason transferred to the Supreme Court, and it appearing that by its order dated April 23, 1942, the cause was re–transferred to this court by the Supreme Court, and no other reasons appearing why the disposition of the cause should be delayed,

It is hereby ordered that the judgment appealed from is reversed and judgment is ordered entered in favor of the defendant for the reasons stated in our former opinion filed herein October 1, 1941, which is hereby adopted as the opinion of the court.

PER CURIAM.