Section 6-6-569

Judgment - Contents.

If, upon the hearing of the case set out under Section 6-6-561, the title to the lands or any part of the lands described in the complaint or any interest claimed by the plaintiff, counterclaimant, or claimant, in said property, or any part thereof, be duly proved, the court shall adjudge the title to such property, or the interest therein, claimed in the complaint to be in the plaintiff, counterclaimant, or claimant, or partly in one and partly in the other, specifying the part in or to which each has title or interest, and such judgment shall be binding and conclusive on all parties made defendant in said case.

(Acts 1923, No. 526, p. 699; Code 1940, T. 7, §1126; Acts 1951, No. 882, p. 1521, §7.)