George Wood, who was deceased, left his real property (including Lots 105 and 106) to his wife, Catherine (defendant), as a life estate, with the property going to his children, Patricia Woodrick (plaintiff) and Sheridan Wood, upon Catherine’s death. A barn sat on the land straddling lots 105 and 106. Catherine and Sheridan wanted to have it torn down because of its old, deteriorating state, and because it was no longer suitable for its original purpose to house horses. Patricia, owner of a future interest in Lot 105, filed a suit seeking to enjoin them from razing the barn. The trial court refused to issue the injunction, but the court ordered that, if the barn were demolished, Catherine and Sheridan were to pay Patricia $3,200 to compensate her for the loss of the structure. Patricia appealed.