This action originated in the Superior Court of Brooks County, Georgia, as a bail trover action by plaintiff-appellee to gain possession of a mobile home that had been traded in part payment on a new mobile home. Defendant-appellant cross claimed for certain repairs to the new mobile home that had not been accomplished as promised by plaintiff-appellee. Following judgment, and denial of defendant's motion to set aside, defendant-appellant appeals to this court.
Appellant enumerates errors herein quoted in full: (1) "The court erred in removing the case from the trial calendar, allowing the plaintiff from introducing evidence in private in the court's chambers to disprove and contradict his stipulation made in open court, recorded of record, and approved by the trial court, in arbitrarily changing the amounts of item in the judgment prepared by the trial judge after the trial, which judgment was based upon the stipulation and notes of the trial judge, and in reducing the total amount of the judgment, and in entering a new judgment, and in ordering that the costs of court and cost of the storage of the 1957 Buddy Mobile Home by jointly borne by the defendant." (2) "The court erred in failing to set aside its judgment entered in this case on December 18, 1972."
Accordingly, the judgment below must be affirmed.
Young, Young & Ellerbee, O. Wayne Ellerbee, for appellee.