In Bird v. Jones, 5 La. Ann. 643, for instance, the Supreme Court said: "To enable the executor to fulfill the trust, the seizin was expressly given him. * * *. It is obvious, from the language of our Code and other legislation, that the actual seizin of an executor is something distinct from and paramount to the fictitious seizin, which, it is said, is vested in the heir immediately upon the death of the ancestor."Summary of this case from Simpson v. Colvin
4 Div. 523.
November 4, 1948.
Appeal from Circuit Court, Covington County; A. E. Gamble, Special Judge.
Ralph A. Clark, of Andalusia, for appellant.
E. O. Baldwin, of Andalusia, for appellee.
Appeal dismissed, want of prosecution.