119 Ga. App. 403 (1969)

167 S.E.2d 230


Court of Appeals of Georgia.

Decided March 14, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

George G. Finch, Wesley R. Asinof, for appellant.

Charles J. Driebe, William V. George, Lavinia B. George, Lee Hutcheson, for appellee.

Alexander Cocalis, Mallory C. Atkinson, amicus curiae.

FELTON, Chief Judge.

Monroe Ferguson instituted an action seeking a declaratory judgment as to whether Albert E. Wallace, successful nominee in the 1968 Democratic primary for the office of solicitor general (now district attorney), was qualified to hold said office and whether he was entitled to have his name listed as a candidate on the November, 1968, general election ballot. The basis of the action was the declaration by the court on the subject to guide the plaintiff...

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