No. 698SC63.

167 S.E.2d 813 (1969)

5 N.C. App. 95

Benjamin Hubert LEWIS, Jr., and wife, Mary E. Lewis et al. v. Charles A. WIGGS and wife, Marilyn Wiggs.

Court of Appeals of North Carolina.

June 18, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Herbert B. Hulse and George F. Taylor, Goldsboro, for plaintiff appellees.

Taylor, Allen, Warren & Kerr, by John H. Kerr, III, Goldsboro, for defendant appellants.

MORRIS, Judge.

Defendants except to the overruling of their demurrer. They argue, on the authority of Chambers v. Dalton, 238 N.C. 142, 76 S.E.2d 162, that there is a misjoinder of causes and parties. This assignment of error cannot be sustained. In Chambers v. Dalton, supra, several parties joined as plaintiffs and each sought to recover damages for injuries to their land caused by a breach...

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