Appeal, No. 63, March T., 1950, from decree of Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, April T., 1950, No. 10, in case of Louis Cohen et al. v. A.M. Byers Company et al. Decree affirmed.
Alexander Cooper, with him Cooper & Goodman and Aronstam & Karp, for appellants.
William H. Eckert, with him William K. Unverzagt, Milton W. Lamproplos and Smith, Buchanan & Ingersoll, for appellees.
Before Maxey, C.j., Drew, Linn, Stern and Stearne, JJ.
This is an appeal from the decree refusing a motion for a preliminary injunction. This Court said in Murray v. Hill, 359 Pa. 540, 541, 59 A.2d 877, that: "'Our uniform rule is that, on an appeal from a decree which refuses, grants or continues a preliminary injunction, we will look only to see if there were any apparently
reasonable grounds for the action of the court below, and we will not further consider the merits of the case or pass upon the reasons for or against such action, unless it is plain that no such grounds existed or that the rules of law relied an are palpably wrong or clearly inapplicable.'" (Citing cases.)
In this case there are apparently reasonable grounds for the action of the court below and for this reason the decree is affirmed.
Costs to be paid by the appellants.
In this case there are apparently reasonable grounds for the action of the court below and for this ...