Appeal, No. 39, March T., 1959, from decree of Court of Common Pleas of Erie County, May T., 1957, No. 9, in equity, in case of Worster Motor Lines, Inc. v. Benjamin G. Ross et al. Decree affirmed; reargument refused July 24, 1959. Equity. Before EVANS, P.J. Adjudication filed directing conveyance of rights, assets and equipment and payment of purchase price; defendant's, Ross', exceptions to adjudication dismissed and decree entered. Defendant, Ross, appealed.
James P. Bryan, with him Clarence T. Bryan, Paul B. Joslin, and Bryan, Joslin and Bryan, for appellant.
William W. Knox, with him Knox, Webber, Pearson & McLaughlin, for appellee.
Stephen E. Jones, with him Jones, Benson & Dwyer, for appellee.
Before Jones, C.j., Bell, Musmanno, Jones, Cohen, Bok and Mcbride, JJ.
The findings of the chancellor are supported by substantial evidence. Having been confirmed by the court en banc, on exceptions thereto, they have the binding effect of a jury's verdict and will not be disturbed on
appeal: Maxwell v. Schaefer, 381 Pa. 13, 19, 112 A.2d 69. From the findings, so established, the chancellor correctly drew the legal conclusions which, in turn, have resulted in the final decree entered by the court en banc.
The decree is affirmed at the appellant's costs.