No. 558.

140 So.2d 767 (1962)

Eulis MIRE et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Abraham J. MILLER, Defendant-Appellee.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Third Circuit.

May 7, 1962.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jones, Kimball, Harper, Tete & Wetherill, by J. Norwell Harper, Lake Charles, for plaintiffs-appellants.

Edwards & Edwards, by Edwin W. Edwards, Crowley, for defendant-appellee.

Before TATE, FRUGÉ and HOOD, JJ.

TATE, Judge.

In 1948, Donat Mire sold ninety acres of land in Acadia Parish to the defendant Miller. This suit was filed ten years later by the heirs of Mire, who had died in 1954, to reform the deed. It is alleged that through error and mutual mistake the deed did not reflect the true intent of the parties that one-fourth of the minerals under the land sold be reserved for the seller, Mire.

The plaintiffs appeal...


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