Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Elmer R. Tapper, Arabia, La., for plaintiff and appellant.
J. Raburn Monroe, New Orleans, and Curtis, Foster, Dillon & Huppenbauer, E. E. Huppenbauer, Jr., and John C. Foster, New Orleans, for defendant and appellee.
Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Orleans.
Plaintiff, Clarence J. Perret, instituted this suit endeavoring to enjoin the defendant, Louisiana Southern Railway Company, from operating and maintaining a portion of track located on his property, designated as Parcels A and B of Lot G-25, asserting that the track was constructed by the railroad without any legal authority, and that its presence thereon depreciates the value thereof.
Defendant pleaded the exceptions of ratione materiae and...
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