102 A. 1050 (Pa. 1918), 183, Rohrer v. Trafford Real Estate Co.
|Citation:||102 A. 1050, 259 Pa. 297|
|Opinion Judge:||MR. JUSTICE POTTER:|
|Party Name:||Rohrer, Appellant, v. Trafford Real Estate Company|
|Attorney:||U. G. Vogan, for appellant. John G. Buchanan, with him Gordon & Smith, for appellees.|
|Judge Panel:||Before BROWN, C.J., POTTER, MOSCHZISKER, FRAZER and WALLING, JJ.|
|Case Date:||January 07, 1918|
|Court:||Supreme Court of Pennsylvania|
Argued: October 18, 1917
Appeal, No. 183, Oct. T., 1917, by plaintiff, from decree of C.P. Allegheny Co., Jan. T., 1916, No. 836, in equity, refusing relief on bill in equity to enforce building restrictions in case of Frederick F. Rohrer v. Trafford Real Estate Company, a Corporation. Affirmed.
Bill in equity to secure enforcement of building restrictions. Before EVANS, J.
The facts appear by the opinion of the Supreme Court.
The lower court dismissed the bill. Plaintiff appealed.
Error assigned, among others, was in dismissing the bill.
The assignments of error are overruled, the decree of the court below is affirmed, and this appeal is dismissed at the cost of appellant.
[259 Pa. 298]
The plaintiff purchased from the defendant a lot of ground, and, in the conveyance to him, a building restriction was inserted, which provided that but "a single dwelling house" should be erected on the lot. There was also a covenant in the deed that like restrictions should be imposed in any other conveyance of property made by defendant within the district mentioned. Conveyances of such lots were made by defendant, however, with a provision that the restriction should not be construed to prohibit the erection of a duplex dwelling or apartment house upon the lots conveyed. Claiming that a...
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