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Vol. 3 No. 19 DECISIONS RELEASED JANUARY 30, 1995 CORPORATIONS 12-2-4843 C&R Realty Management Co., Inc. v. Jack H. Boyajian/ Boyajian v. C&R (cross-appeals) App. Div. (10 pp.) While the jury properly found that the defendant had become a 15% stockholder in plaintiff corporation, that portion of the judgment then concluding that he was not an oppressed stockholder is reversed and remanded as the oppression issue was within the exclusive province of the court and should not have been submitted to the jury. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 14-2-4844 State of New Jersey v. Lafayette Lee, App. Div. (18 pp.) Testimony of supervising chemist as to contents of a serology report prepared by his subordinates did not violate defendant’s right to confront witnesses, since the report qualified for admission under either business or public record exception to hearsay rule. A

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