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THE LEGAL BRIEF AND ANALYSIS OF THE CASE LAW FEHR vs ALGARDS Citation N.J.Super.A.D.,2011. Fehr v. Algard Not Reported in A.3d, 2011 WL 13670 (N.J.Super.A.D.) Only the Westlaw citation is currently available.

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UNPUBLISHED OPINION. CHECK COURT RULES BEFORE CITING. Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division. Edward FEHR, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. George E. ALGARD, Jr., Cathy Algard, Sterling Harbor Motel & Marina, Inc. t/a Sterling Harbor Bait & Tackle, Sterling Harbor Duke of Fluke Tournament, Defendants-Appellants. Argued: Oct. 6, 2010. Decided: Jan. 5, 2011. Before Judges: AXELRAD and LIHOTZ. PER CURIAM. Brief Facts or Merits of the Case Cathy Algard and her spouse George Algard were the holders of Sterling Harbor Motel and Marina. Consistently they support a competition by the name “Sterling Harbor Duke of Fluke Tournament”. In this competition, there were diverse classifications and distinctive prizes for every classification. The two most celebrated prizes of the competition are:

  1. “Single heaviest Fluke Prize”: this prize is granted to the contender who gets the heaviest fluke live.
  2. “Five Heaviest Fluke Prize”: this prize is granted to the watercraft with four hopefuls who can get five fishes that when joined have the heaviest weight.

Each member to the competition was given a competition handout in which a few controls alongside an enrollment structure are specified. The guidelines in the pamphlet were:

  • Any watercraft approaching from another vessel, structure or area was denied from tht competition
  • Entrance expenses and enrollment due date
  • Tournament beginning time and angling ranges furthermore the time of last weigh- in

A few tenets were just for the “Five Heaviest Fluke Prize” and the “Single heaviest Fluke Prize”:

  • Catching fish on a bar or reel
  • Four fishermen were permitted on a watercraft with one pole for every fisher
  • All hopefuls on the watercraft needed to get a fish
  • For the heaviest single fluke classification, fish got must be alive
  • Same fish can’t be submitted for the single heaviest fluke and five heaviest fluke classification.

The last and most dominant rule was:

  • All fishes will be analyzed inside and remotely by the judges and on the off chance that they discovered a fish bearing suspicious stamping it will be excluded promptly.
  • Judges’ choice would be the last one.

Alongside the enrollment structure there was an announcement which expressed that all the standards have been perused by the chief before marking the agreement and in the event that on wrong data commander alongside plaintiff will be disqualified. There were three judges in the competition of 2007, George Algard, Cathy Algard (owners) and Kenneth Greenling,

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