"[W]here the trial judge, sitting as the trior of the facts, hears the evidence, his findings based upon conflicting evidence is analogous to the verdict of a jury and should not be disturbed by a reviewing court if there is any evidence to support it." West v. West, 228 Ga. 397
, 398 (185 SE2d 763
) (1971); Lester Colodny Const. Co. v. Allen, 129 Ga. App. 545 (199 SE2d 917) (1973)
. Here there was ample legal evidence to support the findings of fact, and there is no error in the trial judge's conclusions of law. 1
Wendell C. Lindsey, for appellant.