The undisputed evidence, showing that the petition to enjoin the maintenance of obstructions in an area designated more than 20 years previously by the common grantor as a street was not filed until the obstructions, which were two dwelling houses, were completed--although the petitioners knew that they were being built--shows such a lack of diligence as will, irrespective of any legal rights, deny to the petitioner any relief in equity. Dulin v. Caldwell, 28 Ga. 117
; Southern Marble Co. v. Darnell, 94 Ga. 232
(21 S. E. 531); Holt v. Parsons, 118 Ga. 895
(45 S. E. 690); City of Marietta v. Dobbins, 150 Ga. 422
(104 S. E. 444); Whipkey v. Turner, 206 Ga. 410
(57 S. E. 2d, 481). The exception here is to the directed verdict in favor of the defendants, and is without merit.