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FIRST PENNSYLVANIA BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY TO USE METAL BANK AMERICA v. HAROLD GOLDBERG AND SARAH GOLDBERG. APPEAL SARAH GOLDBERG (09/07/79)

filed: September 7, 1979.

THE FIRST PENNSYLVANIA BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY TO THE USE OF METAL BANK OF AMERICA, INC.
v.
HAROLD GOLDBERG AND SARAH GOLDBERG. APPEAL OF SARAH GOLDBERG



No. 491 October Term, 1978, Appeal from the Order of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County, No. 4245, May Term, 1972, dated November 14, 1977.

COUNSEL

Norris E. Gelman, Philadelphia, for appellant.

G. David Rosenblum, Philadelphia, for appellees.

Price, Spaeth and Lipez, JJ.

Author: Per Curiam

[ 269 Pa. Super. Page 335]

A lower court's disposition of a petition to open a default judgment will not be disturbed on appeal absent a clear abuse of discretion. St. Joe Paper Co. v. Marc Box Co., Inc., 260 Pa. Super. 515, 394 A.2d 1045 (1978). Here the lower court's refusal to grant appellant's petition to open the default judgment did not constitute an abuse of discretion, for the petition to open was not filed until almost five months after the second default judgment was entered. See Van Horn v. Alper, 253 Pa. Super. 524, 385 A.2d 462 (1978) (five and one half month delay between entry of default judgment and filing of petition to open); James v. Reese, 250 Pa. Super. 1, 378 A.2d 422 (1977) (four month delay).

Affirmed.

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