The amazing versatility of the chancery courts in Tennessee has been demonstrated again in two decisions handed down during the past year; but on the other hand, two cases decided in this interval disclosed evidence of the regrettable "decadence of equity" which Dean Pound deplored more than half a century ago.' In most of the other decisions which may be classified under the ambiguous heading of "Equity," only normal application of established principles to routine situations seems to have been involved.
T. A. Smedley,
Equity--1959 Tennessee Survey,
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