BASWELL v. WILKS

Civ. 645.

326 So.2d 292 (1976)

Alton BASWELL v. C. E. WILKS.

Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama.

January 21, 1976.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Beck & Beck, Fort Payne, for appellant.

Taylor, Baker & McGee, Fort Payne, for appellee.


HOLMES, Judge.

This is an appeal from a jury verdict and judgment thereon in favor of the plaintiff. The plaintiff sued defendant for work and labor done in the drilling of a well. Issue was joined and thereafter the jury returned a verdict for $1,887 against defendant. Hence, this appeal.

The properly presented and argued assignments of error (See Supreme Court Rule 9 and 2A Ala.Dig. Appeal and Error, 761.) urge the trial court erred to reversal in...

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