Huskinson v. NelsonAnnotate this Case
Appellants Lynn and Jana Nelson argued that they owned a strip of land even though the county records showed respondents Jebb and Brandie Huskinson to be the owners of record. The Nelsons contended that the disputed land belonged to them because of a "boundary by agreement." The district court granted summary judgment to the Huskinsons. Upon review of the trial court record, the Supreme Court vacated the district court's judgment and remanded the case, finding that questions of material facts still existed from review of the evidence presented at trial, and that summary judgment was not appropriate. The case was remanded for further proceedings.