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CAPEZIO & THINGS v. WYNNEWOOD MEREDITH CORP. ET AL. (01/24/74)

decided: January 24, 1974.

CAPEZIO & THINGS, INC.
v.
WYNNEWOOD MEREDITH CORP. ET AL., APPELLANTS



Appeal from decree of Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, No. 72-6653, in case of Capezio & Things, Inc. v. The Wynnewood Meredith Corp. and Ronald Lavin and Melissa Lavin.

COUNSEL

Edwin L. Scherlis, with him Frank and Margolis, for appellants.

Michael M. Goss, with him Weinstein, Goss & Katzenstein, for appellee.

Eagen, O'Brien, Roberts, Pomeroy, Nix and Manderino, JJ. Mr. Chief Justice Jones took no part in the consideration or decision of this case. Dissenting Opinion by Mr. Justice Manderino.

Author: Per Curiam

[ 455 Pa. Page 85]

Appeal quashed. See Sucevic v. Johnson, 435 Pa. 128, 255 A.2d 556 (1969), Shaw Elec. Co. v. I.B.E.W. Loc. U. No. 98, 422 Pa. 211, 220 A.2d 889 (1966).

Disposition

Appeal quashed.

Dissenting Opinion by Mr. Justice Manderino:

I dissent because this appeal should not be quashed. The appellee, as plaintiff in the trial court, filed a complaint in equity alleging a breach of contract and requesting equitable relief. The appellant filed preliminary objections challenging the jurisdiction of the court because the contract between the parties provided that disputes between the parties would be settled by arbitration. The order of the trial court, although interlocutory, is appealable. Act of March 5, 1925, P. L. 23, ยง 1, 12 P.S. 672. Sucevic v. Johnson, 435 Pa. 128,

[ 455 Pa. Page 86255]

A.2d 556 (1969), and Shaw Elec. Co. v. I.B.E.W. Loc. U. No. 98, 422 Pa. 211, 220 A.2d 889 (1966), do not hold otherwise.

The statutory law of Pennsylvania specifically provides: "An appeal may be taken to the Supreme or Superior Court, as in cases of final judgments . . . from an order either directing or refusing to direct the parties to proceed to arbitration." Act of April 25. 1927, P. L. 381, ...


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