No. 31659.

408 Ill. 526 (1951)

97 N.E.2d 826

LAURA GOULD, Appellee, v. GEORGE GOULD, Appellant.

Supreme Court of Illinois.

Opinion filed March 22, 1951.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

HARRY A. BIOSSAT, of Chicago, and HENRY I. GREEN, of Urbana, for appellant.

BENJAMIN B. DAVIS, and JOSEPH W. BAER, both of Chicago, for appellee.

Judgment affirmed.

Mr. CHIEF JUSTICE SIMPSON delivered the opinion of the court:

Appellant, defendant in the superior court of Cook County, appealed to the Appellate Court from an order entered on October 18, 1948, vacating nunc pro tunc one entered April 14, 1948, which dismissed the complaint in the original cause of action for want of prosecution. The Appellate Court reversed the nunc pro tunc order of the trial court. Leave to appeal has...


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