Since Equity is a field of indefinite boundaries, it is to be expected that the cases discussed in this section of the survey involve a wide variety of issues. Of the thirteen decisions to be mentioned, four were suits for injunctions to restrain as many different types of alleged wrongs, three were suits to cancel or reform written instruments executed by mistake or fraud, two were suits to declare trusts, one was a suit for specific performance of a contract to sell land, one was a suit to enforce a promissory note, and two were suits turning on procedural factors.
Theodore A. Smedley,
Equity -- 1958 Tennessee Survey,
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