86 So.2d 808 (1956)

FELLOWSHIP FOUNDATION, Inc., a corporation not for profit organized and existing under the laws of the State of Florida, Appellant, v. Cornelia S. PAUL, as Tax Collector of Volusia County, Florida, Warren Jackson, as Tax Assessor of Volusia County, Florida, and C.M. Gay, as Comptroller of the State of Florida, Appellees.

Supreme Court of Florida. Special Division A.

April 11, 1956.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Millard B. Conklin, Daytona Beach, for appellant.

Raymond, Wilson & Karl, Daytona Beach, for appellees.

HOBSON, Justice.

This is an appeal by the plaintiff from a summary final decree for defendants.

In this suit plaintiff sought to enjoin the assessment and collection of taxes upon its property located at Ormond Beach and known as "The Casements" on the theory that such property was being used exclusively for religious, charitable and educational purposes. The defendants, who were the tax collector and tax assessor...


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