Georgia Reports Volume 117

Georgia Reports Volume 117

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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. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...when the case should come on for a final hearing. We therefore express no opinion on any Of them. See, in this connection, Lealce v. Smith, 76 Ga. 524. 3. Numerous assignments of error are made in the bill of exceptions of the plaintiffs, upon rulings of the court in admitting certain evidence offered by the defendants. In all probability none of this evidence, even if improperly admitted, had any effect upon the action of the judge in appointing a receiver. With all of such evidence eliminated, the appointment of the receiver would still have been proper, and would doubtless have been made. The jildgmeflli appointing the receiver will not be reversed for erroneous rulings made during the trial, which ought not to have affected, and 111091? probably did not influence, the conclusion reached by the judge that the appointment of a receiver was necessary and proper. This is but a branch of that familiar rule, that harmless errors will I105 work a reversal of the judgment of the trial court. We have not, therefore, stopped to inquire whether the rulings of the judge f which complaint is made are erroneous; for, conceding that every contention with reference thereto made by the plaintiffs is correct, the judgment appointing a receiver ought still to he affirmed What is said above sufficiently disposes of the assignment of error made in the cross-bill of exceptions. The judge thought that under We facts 11 PTOPQY Case was made for the court, through its receiver, to take charge of the property, thus temporarily depriving both sides of it and giving neither the advantage of the other. We will not interfere with his discretion in the matter. Judgment on main bill of exceptions afirmed; cross-bill dismissed. By five Justices. 1. The act more

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