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CRAMER v. CERCIAT FRENCH LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS

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

CRAMER v. CERCIAT FRENCH LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS et al.

Civ. 15639.

Decided: March 10, 1954

Dreyfus, McTernan & Lubliner, Leslie Lubliner, Jarvis, Miller & Decker, Charles W. Decker, San Francisco, for appellant. Boyd, Taylor & Reynolds, San Francisco, for respondents.

Both parties have briefed this appeal on the assumption it was taken from the judgment. However, reference to the transcript discloses that the appeal is limited to the order denying plaintiff's motion for a new trial.

As it is settled beyond question, sec. 963, subd. 2, Code of Civil Procedure, that an appeal does not lie from an order denying a new trial, this appeal must be dismissed, and it is so ordered.

NOURSE, Presiding Justice.

DOOLING and KAUFMAN, JJ., concur.

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