October 1, 2012

John C. Love v. G. P. Harrison, et al., Pulaski, 1880

John C. Love v. G. P. Harrison, et al.

COURT OF APPEALS OF KENTUCKY

10 Ky. Op. 572; 1880 Ky. LEXIS 232

April 14, 1880, Decided

PRIOR HISTORY:   [*1]  APPEAL FROM PULASKI CIRCUIT COURT.

DISPOSITION: Judgment reversed and cause remanded.

COUNSEL: Morrow & Newell, for appellant.

JUDGES: Judge Cofer.

OPINION BY: Cofer

OPINION

Opinion by Judge Cofer:

It is only necessary to assess the damages on the dissolution of an injunction in cases in which the injunction was to stay proceedings on a judgment. Section 295, Civil Code; Rankin v. Estes, 76 Ky. 428, 13 Bush 428; Logsden v. Willis, 77 Ky. 183, 14 Bush 183.

Judgment reversed and cause remanded with directions to over-rule the demurrer to the petition.

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