Insofar as practicable, the arrangement followed by Professors Hilkey and Hall in the review of equity in the survey for 1949-1950, will be followed, but the differences in the subject matter of the equity cases decided during the two periods necessarily requires many changes in that arrangement. During this past year, as during the one preceding it, the Georgia cases dealing with equity have been concerned mainly with the application of established equity principles to various fact situations; there has been substantially no occasion for the consideration of new principles. In this survey only cases which discuss or apply equity principles as such will be considered. Decisions as to the substantive legal rights of the parties are not considered though they may have been rendered in suits for equitable relief.
McClintock, Henry L.
Mercer Law Review: Vol. 3:
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