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LOWELL HUDSON v. UNION COUNTY (11/05/84)

SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


November 5, 1984

LOWELL HUDSON, D. W. STORER, ROBERT HURST, JOHN FLECK AND CECIL NAVE, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS THE REPRESENTATIVES OF A CLASS OF TAXPAYERS OF UNION COUNTY, THE LEWISBURG AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT AND KELLY TOWNSHIP, APPELLANTS
v.
UNION COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA; UNION COUNTY BOARD OF ASSESSMENT; EARL K. NOLL, CHIEF ASSESSOR OF UNION COUNTY; THE LEWISBURG AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT; AND LUCILLE D. BAKER, KELLY TOWNSHIP TAX COLLECTOR

No. 80-3-670, Appeal from Order of Commonwealth Court entered April 9, 1980, at No. 633 C.D. 1979, Affirming Order of Court of Common Pleas of Union County Branch, Civil Division (Equity), entered March 5, 1979, at No. 537 of 1978, Before Mr. Chief Justice Nix, Mr. Justice Larsen and Mr. Justice Zappala dissent and would reach the merits in order to clarify the procedure for raising constitutional objections.

Order

Per Curiam

Appeal dismissed as having been improvidently granted.

Mr. Chief Justice Nix, Mr. Justice Larsen and Mr. Justice Zappala dissent and would reach the merits in order to clarify the procedure for raising constitutional objections.

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