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Village of Seaton v. Carlson

ILLINOIS APPELLATE COURT — THIRD DISTRICT


OCTOBER 29, 1971.

THE VILLAGE OF SEATON, APPELLANT,

v.

FRED L. CARLSON ET AL., APPELLEES.

APPEAL from the Circuit Court of Mercer County; the Hon. CHARLES H. CARLSTROM, Judge, presiding.

MR. JUSTICE DIXON DELIVERED THE OPINION OF THE COURT:

In this cause the appellant has fully perfected its appeal and complied with all the requirements of the rules of court. Appellee has filed no brief or argument to sustain the judgment. Where such is the case, the judgment may be reversed, without a consideration of the cause on its merits. 2 I.L.P. Appeal and Error, sec. 560; Guerra v. Gilkey, 68 Ill. App.2d 221.

Judgment reversed.

ALLOY, P.J., and STOUDER, J., concur.

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