2 Div. 292.

60 So.2d 47 (1952)

KING et al. v. KEITH.

Supreme Court of Alabama.

June 26, 1952.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Harry W. Gamble, Selma, and Sam M. Johnston and Johnston McCall & Johnston, Mobile, for appellant King.

Harold I. Baynton, Asst. Atty. Gen., Percy G. Fountain, U. S. Atty. So. Dist. Ala., Mobile, and Jas. D. Hill, Geo. B. Searls, and Joseph W. Laufer, Attys. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C., for appellant the Attorney General of United States. John W. Lapsley, Selma, for appellee.

SIMPSON, Justice.

This record has been read and considered in general consultation and the court has concluded to this result.

The appeal challenges the decree of the circuit court, in equity, allowing appellee Keith fees and expenses for services rendered by him as an attorney at law to the estate of Alice DeVane King, deceased.

The appellants are Frederick D. King, individually and as administrator cum testamento annexo of said estate, and...


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