Appellee sued the appellant for a balance due on a commodities account. Appellant denied owing the account. Appellee made a motion for summary judgment attaching to the motion an affidavit of the vice-president and resident manager. The affidavit had attached thereto "point out" sheets showing an indebtedness of $1,716.81. Appellant filed an affidavit objecting to the statements in the affidavit referring to "computer entries," "proper credits given," "no lawful set offs" and a denial of indebtedness. The trial court granted appellee's motion for summary judgment and ordered that appellee recover from appellant the sum of $1,716.81 plus costs of court.
Appellant appeals the grant of summary judgment insisting there was an unresolved issue of fact in the case. Held:
2. The affidavit of the appellee pierced the general denial of the appellant and the appellant by his affidavit having failed to set forth specific facts which show there is a genuine issue, the grant of summary judgment was proper. Continental Carriers v. Seaboard C. L. R. Co., 129 Ga. App. 889 (201 SE2d 826)
; Young v. Climatrol Southeast Dist. Corp., 141 Ga. App. 235 (233 SE2d 54)
Roberts, Roberts & Rainwater, Guy Velpoe Roberts, for appellant.