L. H. Mcdonald v. Clarence Lyle
AL.121 , 121 So. 2d 885, 715 (1960)(270 Ala)
Supreme Court of Alabama
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MERRILL, Justice. The appellees, Lyle, Snoddy and Kelly, were appointed members of the Board of Revenue of Winston County, pursuant to Local Act No. 84, 1955 Acts, p. 327. They filed a bill for declaratory judgment against appellants, as members of the Court of County Commissioners of Winston County. The main purpose of the suit is to declare the rights, if any, of the appellees to their salary, the warrants for which the appellants refused to approve since August, 1957. The trial court found in favor of complainants and ordered Winston County, not a party to the suit, to pay the salaries. After the final decree, Winston County filed a motion to set the decree aside and appellants filed a motion for a new trial. Both motions were overruled on April 16, 1959.