Johnson v. Roberts

CourtSupreme Court of Georgia
Writing for the CourtWarner, Chief Justice
Citation63 Ga. 168
PartiesJohnson. v. Roberts.
Decision Date28 February 1879

63 Ga. 168

Johnson. v. Roberts.

Supreme Court of the State of Georgia

(February Term, 1879.)

Homestead.—One entitled to a homestead, may take the statutory or the constitutional homestead at option, but cannot take both. The two are distinct, and where one has been taken, it cannot be supplemented by the other.

Warner, Chief Justice.

Homestead.—See principal case distinguished in Wheeler, etc., Co. v. Christopher, 68 Ga. 635.

See Ency. Dig. Ga. Rep., vol. 6, p. 57.

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