A.B.C. BUSINESS FORMS, INC., A FLORIDA CORPORATION, APPELLANT, v. LEO GELVAN, APPELLEE.

No. 73-514.District Court of Appeal of Florida, Third District.
February 12, 1974.

Appeal from the Circuit Court, Dade County, John Gale, J.

Forney B. Stafford, Miami, for appellant.

Harold P. Kravitz and Kenneth J. Duckworth, Hialeah, for appellee.

Before BARKDULL, C.J., and PEARSON and HAVERFIELD, JJ.

PER CURIAM.

The appellant, defendant in the trial court, seeks review of an adverse final judgment entered after a nonjury trial. The points presented request us to either reevaluate the discretion of the trial judge in the conduct of the trial or to reweigh the evidence which was presented. No abuse of the trial judge’s discretion as to rulings during the progress of the trial has been shown and we must decline to reweigh the evidence. Therefore, the judgment appealed is affirmed.

Affirmed.