Victoria Morin v. Travelers Insurance - Court of Appeals of New York

Victoria Morin v. Travelers Insurance

By Court of Appeals of New York

  • Release Date: 1932-05-03
  • Genre: Law
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The plaintiff claims that she will be denied her day in court if she is not permitted to go to trial, and says that the trial court had no right to issue orders in advance of the trial to ascertain what the evidence would be. The court had general charge over the action and its jurisdiction is undoubted, even if the procedure was unusual and irregular. In Hughes v. Railroad, 71 N.H. 279, a nonsuit was held properly ordered on the opening statement of plaintiffs counsel, and in Burleigh v. Leun, 83 N.H. 115 , an order for determining a main issue of liability in connection with a collateral issue was held a procedural defect which was made valid by its acceptance.
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