Georgia Reports Volume 137

Georgia Reports Volume 137

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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. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...upon the ad-ministrator as such, notifying him to come into court, and that "he is vouched in court to defend the suit." 3. Matters raised in a bill of exceptions which are not argued or referred to in the brief of counsel will be treated as abandoned. JANUARY 16, 1912. Complaint for land. Before Judge Pendleton. DeKalb superior court. December 21, 1910. Alonzo Field, for plaintiff in error. Mark Bolding and J. Howell Green, contra. BECK, J. 1. The plaintiff in error purchased, at an administrator's sale, certain land belonging to the estate of the intestate. The description of the lot so purchased is as follows: "The lot or parcel of land lying and being in land lot one hundred and fortyfour (144) in the fifteenth district of originally Henry, now DeKalb county, Georgia, said tract of land containing sixty-three acres, more or less, and commencing at the northeast corner of said land lot, and running thence north 88 degrees west 2072 feet along the north line of said land lot to the branch, thence in a. southeasterly direction along the sinuosities of said branch fifteen hundred and fifty-one feet, thence east sixteen hundred and fifty feet to the east line of said land lot, thence north 2 degrees east fourteen hundred and eighty-nine feet to the beginning point." From this description of the tract or lot, embraced in the deed of the plaintifi in error, it will be seen that the line on the east of the tract of land purchased by him coincides with the land-lot line between land lots 144 and 143 throughout the extent of the eastern boundary of the land purchased by the plaintiff in error. In order to ascertain the eastern boundary it was necessary merely to locate the land-lot line between the two land lots...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236797515
  • 9781236797513