Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
William L. Crull, III, Dymond, Crull & Castaing, Robert E. Jeffers, Jr., Voelker & Jeffers, Philip R. Riegel, Jr., Parlongue & Riegel, New Orleans, for plaintiff-appellee.
A.D. Freeman and Kent Satterlee, Jr., of Satterlee, Mestayer & Freeman, New Orleans, for defendant-appellant.
Before AUGUSTINE, CIACCIO, and SCHOTT, JJ.
Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Fourth Circuit.
This appeal concerns the validity of an authentic act of conveyance by which the succession of Albert L. Leard claims title to certain immovable properties located in the City of New Orleans.
In 1967, four years prior to the disputed conveyance to Albert, Katie Miller sold the same properties to her sister, Mary Leard, Albert's mother. The act of sale was in authentic form and recited a consideration of $50,000.00.
On July 5, 1971...
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