Ohare v. Griesmer - Arizona Court of Appeals

Ohare v. Griesmer

By Arizona Court of Appeals

  • Release Date: 1982-02-10
  • Genre: Law
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This is an appeal from a decree entered after trial to the court without a jury on plaintiff-appellee John E. OHares complaint for specific performance and quiet title. The court ordered specific performance of the subject contract for the sale of a lot on "A" Mountain in Tucson. The defendants in the trial court were Robert Griesmer and wife, Carol, and Roberts father, Raymond Griesmer. Raymond is the only appellant. At the time of trial the appellee and appellant agreed that Robert and Carol were no longer defendants, presumably because they had quit-claimed the lot to Raymond and no longer had any interest in the case. The contract was between Robert and Carol as sellers and the appellee as purchaser. The sale did not close and this action resulted.

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