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BAIRD v. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATLANTA.
43744.
QUILLIAN, Judge.
Action on lease. DeKalb Civil and Criminal Court. Before Judge Smith.
"Where after trial a motion for new trial is filed and overruled by the trial court such judgment establishes as the law of the case that the questions raised by such motion for new trial are without merit unless such judgment is enumerated as error upon appeal." Hill v. Willis, 224 Ga. 263 (4) (161 SE2d 281); Crowley v. State, 118 Ga. App. 7. Since in the case sub judice the judgment on motion for new trial was not appealed from, the law of the case was established by the overruling of the general grounds of the motion for new trial, and hence the appellant's enumerations of error based solely on the same issue raised by those grounds do not show reversible error.
John W. Bland, Jr., for appellee.
S. Stonecypher, for appellant.
SUBMITTED JUNE 4, 1968 -- DECIDED JUNE 27, 1968.
Friday May 22 18:16 EDT


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