KERSTIN SALK, Appellant-Respondent,
LEE SALK, Respondent-Appellant.
Supreme Court of New York
Appellate Division, First Department
June 22, 1976
Salk v. Salk
53 A.D.2d 558; 385 N.Y.S.2d 1015
Judgment, Supreme Court, New York County, entered on December 12, 1975, unanimously affirmed on the opinion of Ribaudo, J., at Special Term, without costs and without disbursements.
Concur - Stevens, P.J., Markewich, Kupferman, Capozzoli and Nunez, JJ.
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