Sundy
v.
Allgood

Court of Appeals of GeorgiaApr 11, 1956
92 S.E.2d 726 (Ga. Ct. App. 1956)
92 S.E.2d 72693 Ga. App. 741

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DECIDED APRIL 11, 1956.

Action on note; procedure. Before Judge Stephens. Laurens Superior Court. January 5, 1956.

H. Dale Thompson, for plaintiff in error.

W. W. Larsen, W. W. Larsen, Jr., Harold E. Ward, contra.


The bill of exceptions assigns error only upon a judgment overruling demurrers to the answer and cross-bill of the defendant. Held:

1. The judgment complained of is not a final judgment, and therefore cannot be reviewed by direct bill of exceptions. Accordingly, the motion to dismiss the writ of error must be sustained. Dove v. Maxwell, 184 Ga. 460 (1) ( 191 S.E. 916); Carver v. Bone, 73 Ga. App. 550 ( 37 S.E.2d 371).

Writ of error dismissed. Quillian and Nichols, JJ., concur.

DECIDED APRIL 11, 1956.