M. N. Livingston and Margaret Livingston v. Drew Lumber Company
FL.40360; 90 So. 466, 82 Fla. 508 (1921)
Supreme Court of Florida
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WEST, J. -- This unit was brought to have declared a forfeiture of all rights and interests of defendants in certain pine and cypress timber held by them under deeds of conveyance made by M. N. Livingston and wife to defendant Drew Lumber Company, a corporation, and by Drew Lumber Company to Wilson Cypress Company, a corporation, for cancellation of such deeds as clouds upon complainants' title, and for general relief. Defendants demurred upon various grounds to the bill of complaint. The demurrers upon a hearing were overruled and defendants answered. Testimony was taken and upon final hearing a decree was entered dismissing the bill but without prejudice to the complainants or any one claiming under or through them.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 20 December 1921
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 9 Pages
- Language: English