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A chuppah is a canopy having symbolic meaning under which a Jewish couple’s wedding ceremony is performed. In McCoy v. Kirsch, 99 A.D.3d 13 (2012) a florist furnished a chuppah for a wedding at the defendants’ catering facility. It came in a set of disconnected parts—metal pipes 10′ long x 3″ diameter, four steel floor plates, wood and a fabric canopy1—which the florist’s workers assembled for use later in the day. Assembly and later on disassembly of the chuppah by an experienced worker would each take more than a few minutes.
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