AGNES J. SILVA, administrator, etc., appellant, v. FLORENCE DIAS et al., respondent. [1a] The plaintiff and appellant argue: first, that the defendant Machado cannot assert a claim against the estate without first asserting such a claim with the administrator; secondly, that Machado, under Article 1880 of the Code of Civil Procedure, was excluded from the right to testify in the action in support of his claim; and third, that in the absence of Machado`s testimony, the conclusions are not supported by the evidence and, therefore, those conclusions do not support the judgment. Silva Dias Legal has extensive experience in most areas of law. If there is a need for expert advice beyond what it is happy to provide, Silva Dias Legal will appoint an appropriate specialist and act as an intermediary to ensure its own high level of excellence if the client so wishes. [ ] The applicant also insists that the court erred in allowing witness Machado, who was also counsel for the accused, to testify in narrative form rather than by question and answer. These matters are primarily left to the discretion of the trial court and, as long as no bias is demonstrated, it can hardly be said that such an act constituted a misuse of power. No prejudice seems to have emerged from the judgment.  The complainant also disagrees with the finding that the property in question was held in trust by Florence Dias for Machado.
Although such a statement was relatively unimportant, the conclusion was factually and legally wrong. The fact that the property was transferred to Florence Dias in the circumstances of the case gave both parties the right to pledge the deed as a mortgage. (17 Cal.Jur. 749.) The reverse is also true, and so both could defend the action for the reasons advanced by Machado. [1b] Since it relied exclusively on privilege, there was no need to bring an action with the authority. (Succession Act, § 716.) This is a lawsuit to have a deed such as a mortgage appraised and to cancel the title. In a nutshell, the minutes show that John H. Machado was John F. Silva`s attorney during his lifetime, and in a transaction between them, the property in question, which belonged to Silva, was transferred to Florence Dias to guarantee the legal fees for the services Machado was to provide to Silva.
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