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Grand Lodge of Georgia v. City of Thomasville

Supreme Court of Georgia
226 Ga. 4 (1970)


Facts

A certain deed described the transferred property as follows: Lot 196 in the thirteenth district of Thomas County, Georgia, beginning in the northwest corner of the lot running south about eight acres to a stake, then 20 chains east to a stake, then north about six acres to a road, then five chains west along the road, then north to the north line of a lot running east and west, then west to the starting point. On appeal, the defendant argued that the deed was invalid because the description of the land was too indefinite.

Rule of Law

Issue

Holding and Reasoning (Mobley, J.)

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