No. 31276.

406 Ill. 102 (1950)

92 N.E.2d 327

FANNIE K. CURTIS, Appellant, v. PEARLE IRENE FISHER et al., Appellees.

Supreme Court of Illinois.

Rehearing denied May 15, 1950.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

THOMAS & MULLIKEN, of Champaign, and W.F. GRAY, of Clinton, (WALLACE M. MULLIKEN, of counsel,) for appellant.

HENRY I. GREEN, EUGENE BROWN, and ORIS BARTH, all of Urbana, for appellees.

Reversed and remanded.

Mr. JUSTICE FULTON delivered the opinion of the court:

This suit involves the settlement of the estate of Thomas Elmer Curtis who became deceased while temporarily residing in Florida, on January 26, 1947. The appellant, who was the widow, filed a complaint in the circuit court of Champaign County, seeking to set aside certain deeds, leases and other instruments, which she alleges were procured from her by fraud arising out of a fiduciary...


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