Thomas Herlihy, Jr., and Theophilus R. Nix, Wilmington, for appellants.
James M. Tunnell, Jr., and John T. Gallagher, of Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell, Wilmington, for appellees.
WOLCOTT, Chief Justice, CAREY, Justice, and WRIGHT, Judge, sitting.
This appeal from the Court of Chancery seeks reversal of a judgment refusing to cancel a deed given by plaintiffs to defendants. The evidence and the Court's findings are set forth in its opinion reported in Del. Ch., 207 A.2d 597.
Upon the basis of evidence which was principally oral, the Vice-Chancellor found that Mr. Nichols was not mentally incapacitated, although his mind was weakened by age and failing health; that there was no unfair practice or imposition sufficient to show any overreaching by defendants; and that the purchase price was not grossly inadequate. After reading the entire record, we find that there is ample evidence to support those findings of fact. See Nardo v. Nardo, Del.,209 A.2d 905. We also find no reversible error in the rulings of law.
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