Florida Reports Volume 72

Florida Reports Volume 72

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...to such of them as we think require treatment. Shutts, Smith 9 Bowen, Armstead Brown and W. A. Blount, for Plaintiff in Error. Hudson, Wolfe 65' Cason, Atkinson 9 Burdine and Nathan P. Bryan, for Defendant in Error. SHACKLEFoRD, J., (after stating the facts as above.)--Owing to the order in which the different assignments of errors are argued and the manner in which they are presented in the several briefs filed by the plaintiff in error, the defendant in the court below, we have found it difficult to determine just what asignments of error are insisted upon and what assignments may be deemed to be abandoned for failure to argue them. It would seem that the defendant in its main brief has erroneously designated the numbers of some of the assignments which it urges before us, which is probably accounted for by the fact that several successive sets of 'pleas, amended pleas and additional pleas were filed to which demurrers were interposed and the rulings upon which form the basis for a number of the assignments. The defendant filed nine pleas to the second amended declaration, to all of which, with the exception of the first which was a plea of not guilty, a demurrer was interposed and sustained. Thereupon by leave of the Court the defendant filed its amended pleas numbered from two to nine, to all of which, with the exception of the eighth which we have copied in the foregoing statement, the plaintiff interposed a demurrer and also filed a motion to strike certain designated pleas. Before any ruling was made either on such demurrer or motion the defendant confessed the demurrer to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th amended pleas and by leave of court amended each of such pleas, with the understanding that the demurrer interposed to the first...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236810939