Simmons V. Rogers Simmons V. Rogers

Simmons V. Rogers

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It appears from a motion filed in this Court that the defendant Willie Buck Rogers died intestate on 12 June 1957. That on 15 August 1957, while this cause was pending in the Supreme Court, Lucille Rogers was duly appointed administratrix of the estate of Willie Buck Rogers. It further appears from the motion that when this action was instituted on 5 April 1956 the defendant Shirley Jean Rogers was a minor, which required the appointment of a guardian ad litem. But when this matter came on for trial at the April Civil Term 1957 of the Superior Court of Guilford County (Greensboro Division), Shirley Jean Rogers was then 21 years of age. Therefore, we hold that it is not necessary for a new guardian ad litem to be appointed for Shirley Jean Rogers. She will now be treated as a party defendant, defending this action in her own right. The motion to make Lucille Rogers, administratrix of the estate of Willie Buck Rogers, a party is granted and she is hereby made a party defendant as authorized by Rule 37, Rules of Practice in the Supreme Court, 221 N.C. 566.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1957
December 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
10
Pages
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SELLER
Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
SIZE
55.8
KB

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