EMMA JEAN ANDERSON v. JAMES KENNETH LOWRY, ET AL.

This appeal originated from a boundary line dispute between adjacent landowners. In this boundary line dispute, the trial court: (1) determined the boundary line that divides the parties’ properties; (2) awarded treble damages to Appellee for timber that had been removed from the disputed property by the Appellant; (3) set aside the quitclaim deed recorded the day before the trial by Appellant as a fraudulent conveyance; and (4) awarded attorney fees to Appellee for the expenses incurred in prosecuting the petition to set aside the quitclaim deed as a fraudulent conveyance. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand for further proceedings in accordance with this opinion.

Attorney 1: 

Brian O. Bowhan, Smyrna, Tennessee, for the appellant, James Kenneth Lowry.

Attorney 2: 

William D. Birdwell, Cookeville, Tennessee, for the appellee, Emma Jean Anderson.

Judge: 
ARMSTRONG
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