The action was brought by Granville and Gower against Granville. After the death of John Granville, who left no will, the son Maurice Granville, as farm manager, asserted ownership of certain goods and chattels as belonging to him alone. The plaintiffs disputed this assertion.

Documents include
1. Warrant to sue
2. Writ of summons and statement of claim
3. Copy of statement of claim
4. Statement of defence
5.Warrant to defend
6.Order for discovery
7. Affidavit by Arthur Howard Coad in support of motion for leave to set down action for trial
8. Order granting leave to set action down for trial
9. Praecipe to seal subpoena
10. Praecipe to set down action for trial
11. Notice for leave to set down action for trial
12. Evidence of William Arthur O'Callaghan
13. Praecipe to seal subpoena
14. Affidavit as to documents
15. Correspondence between solicitor and court
16. Memorandum for his honour, Mr Justice Reed, submitted on behalf of the plaintiff
17. Correspondence between courts
18. Correspondence from O'Dea solicitors
19. Evidence of Maurice Granville 8th September 1931
20. Copy of report of Valentine Duff Public Accountant
21. Correspondence between solicitor and court
22. Report of Valentine Duff Public Accountant
23. Invoice to court from Valentine Duff
24. Certificate of registrar as to taking of accounts
25. memorandum between courts
26. Bill of costs
27. Application for appointment to tax plaintiff's costs
28. Judgment of Reed J.
29. Allocatur
Department
Archives
Production Date
1931
Accession No
ARC2019-064

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