ADKISSON, Chief Justice.
By jury verdict submitted upon interrogatories, appellant, Arkansas Power & Light, Co. was found to have willfully, and without honest belief in its right to do so, cut timber on the land of the appellees. The jury found appellees, R.L. Adcock and Marilyn Adcock, sustained damage in the amount of $1,510.43, and appellees, Lloyd Adcock and Helen Adcock, sustained damage in the amount of $2,238.80 which the trial court then trebled pursuant to Ark. Stat. Ann. § 50-105 (Repl.1971). The only question on appeal is whether the trial court erred in the denial of appellant's motion for judgment not withstanding the verdict. See Rule 50, ARCiv.P.
On appeal we will uphold the decision of the trial court's denial of a motion for judgment n.o.v. if there is any substantial evidence to support the jury's verdict. Clayton v. Wagnon, 276 Ark. 124, 126, 633 S.W.2d 19, 21 (1982).
Appellant was granted a right of way "together with the right to cut [danger] trees outside of said right-of-way whose height plus 12 feet 6 inches exceeds the horizontal distance from the butt of the tree to the centerline of the [AP & L] right-of-way...." Appellant contends that it only cut "danger trees". In responses to interrogatories, the jury found appellant had indeed cut trees which were not "danger trees." A forester employed by appellee testified:
Another forester testified that based on his observation of the stump diameters from comparable trees on the site, he did not think any of the trees cut were "danger trees."
We conclude that there was substantial evidence to support the jury's verdict and that the trial court did not err in denying appellant's motion for judgment n.o.v.