In two important decisions rendered during the survey period the Tennessee Supreme Court considered some of the aspects of joinder of actions under present circuit court practice. In the first of these, Necessary v. Gibson,' plaintiff joined a count for personal injuries resulting from defendants' alleged negligence with a count seeking recovery in contract based upon alleged promises of defendants to pay plaintiff for her injuries and expenses arising out of the same accident.
William I. Harbison,
Procedure -- 1963 Tennessee Survey,
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