Before Bridges, C.j., Hinkebein, And Payne, JJ.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Payne, J., For The Court:
Peacock v. Jackson, 97-CA-00573, __ So. 2d __
THIS OPINION IS NOT DESIGNATED FOR PUBLICATION AND MAY NOT BE CITED, PURSUANT TO M.R.A.P. 35-B
TRIAL JUDGE: HON. EDWARD C. PRISOCK
COURT FROM WHICH APPEALED: WINSTON COUNTY CHANCERY COURT
NATURE OF THE CASE: CIVIL - REAL PROPERTY
TRIAL COURT DISPOSITION:, APPELLEE'S MOTION GRANTED
DISPOSITION AFFIRMED - 7/14/98
MOTION FOR REHEARING FILED:
On September 13, 1996, Callie Peacock filed a Petition to Declare a Deed Null and Void in the Chancery Court of Winston County, Mississippi. Following this complaint, John Jackson filed his counterclaim. Between October 29 and November 19, 1996, both Peacock and Jackson filed Motions for Summary Judgment.
This appeal originated from the order of the Winston County Chancery Court dated December 13, 1996, whereby the chancellor decreed that the Appellant, Callie Peacock, was not entitled the relief requested in reference to a conveyance of certain property. Feeling aggrieved, the Appellant lodged her Motion to Reconsider on December 18, 1996, before the chancery court. Having read the cases presented via this Motion to Reconsider, the chancellor affirmed his prior ruling, overruling Peacock's request. Later, on January 23, 1997, Peacock filed a Motion to Consider Newly Discovered Evidence. By order dated April 2, 1997, the chancellor denied this relief.
Feeling aggrieved, the Appellant timely perfected her appeal. Having read the record and the applicable law, we find that the chancellor's findings were not manifestly wrong, nor erroneous, ...