No. 46605.

321 S.W.2d 481 (1959)

Rheva SPITCAUFSKY, Appellant, v. Barat A. GUIGNON, Emile S. Guignon, Jr., Harvey J. Schmelzer and Charles J. Schmelzer, doing business as Guignon Real Estate Company; Herbert V. Jones, Byron T. Shutz, Paul M. Jones, W. J. Campbell, Howard N. Barnum and Neil G. Lilley, II, doing business as Herbert V. Jones & Company; Don L. Werner; Al Kranz, doing business as Al Kranz Excavating Co.; and B. R. Press, Respondents, and Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, a corporation; William B. Cozad, Trustee; John Maggio and Paul Cacioppo, doing business as Atlas Excavating and Hauling Company; James Christ, doing business as American Hauling Co.; Edgar Cox and John West, doing business as Cox and West Construction Company; Elmer Shaw and Orval Shaw, doing business as Shaw & Sons; and Ray R. Swinney, Defendants.

Supreme Court of Missouri, Division No. 2.

Motion for Rehearing or to Transfer Denied March 9, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Rope, Shanberg & Rope, Arnold N. Shanberg, Barnett & Skeer, Paul Barnett, Kansas City, for appellant.

Terrell, Hess, Van Osdol and Magruder, Paul Van Osdol, Jr., Charles P. Dribben, Kansas City, for respondent Guignon Real Estate Co.

W. B. Cozad, W. H. Curtis, D. B. Steele, Kansas City, for respondents Byron T. Shutz, Paul M. Jones, W. J. Campbell, Howard N. Barnum and Neil G. Lilley, II, d/b/a Herbert V. Jones & Co. Kansas City, Morrison, Hecker, Buck, Cozad & Rogers, of counsel.

E. A. (Bert) Taylor, Donald E. Raymond, Kansas City, for respondent Don L. Werner. Pew, Taylor, Sheridan & Baty, Kansas City, of counsel.

Roger S. Miller, Kansas City, for respondent, Kranz.

Jack Z. Krigel, Kansas City, and Robert J. Coleman, Kansas City, for respondent B. R. Press.

Motion for Rehearing or to Transfer to Court en Banc Denied March 9, 1959.

STOCKARD, Commissioner.

Appellant, Rheva Spitcaufsky, brought suit to quiet title to a tract of land located at 3811 East Blue Parkway, Kansas City, Missouri, and for a declaratory judgment that various claims made by the defendants do not constitute a lien against the land and that appellant is not indebted to any of the defendants for commissions...

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