Allsouth refused to continue work until Network made the payments requested. Network sent a mailgram to Allsouth saying in essence to resume work or it would hire someone else to finish the job, and charge Allsouth for any additional costs. Allsouth filed a petition seeking an injunction to prevent Network from canceling its contract and employing another subcontractor to complete the work. Ledbetter Trucks, Inc., the owner of the property, was joined as a defendant. Network's motion to dismiss was granted. Allsouth appeals. We affirm.
The trial court correctly ruled that Allsouth has an adequate remedy at law. Therefore its petition for injunction was not cognizable in equity. Code Ann. 37-120; Chadwick v. Dolinoff, 207 Ga. 702 (64 SE2d 76) (1951)
. Allsouth concedes the petition does not set out a claim for damages. Accordingly we find no error in the trial court's dismissal of the petition.