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JONES v. WEST END THEATRE CO.
36583.
Procedure. Before Judge Pye. Fulton Superior Court. October 27, 1956.
TOWNSEND, J.
"After a general demurrer to a declaration has been sustained and the cause dismissed by the lower court, and that judgment affirmed by the appellate court without condition or direction, the declaration is not amendable . . . Central R. & Bkg. Co. v. Paterson, 87 Ga. 646 (13 S. E. 525); Harp v. Southern Ry. Co., 119 Ga. 927 (4) (47 S. E. 206); City of Rome v. Sudduth, 121 Ga. 420 (1) (49 S. E. 300); Kehr v. Floyd & Co., 135 Ga. 424 (69 S. E. 550); Federal Investment Co. v. Ewing, 166 Ga. 246 (2) (142 S. E. 890); McRae v. Sears, 183 Ga. 133 (187 S. E. 664); Redwine v. Frizzell, 185 Ga. 191 (194 S. E. 175); Durham v. Smith, 188 Ga. 233 (3 S. E. 2d 719)." Simpson v. Hayes, 208 Ga. 754 (69 S. E. 2d 567). This case having been dismissed on general demurrer, and that judgment having been affirmed by the appellate court ( Jones v. West End Theatre Co., 94 Ga. App. 299, 94 S. E. 2d 135), the trial court did not err in vacating improvidently granted an order allowing an amendment to the petition after the affirmance of the dismissal of the case by this court.
Nall, Sterne, Miller, Cadenhead & Dennis, Robert E. Hicks, contra.
Grace W. Thomas, for plaintiff in error.
DECIDED FEBRUARY 19, 1957.
Saturday May 23 01:51 EDT


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