Defendant in a personal injury action appeals from the denial of his motion for summary judgment. Giving the plaintiff the benefit of all inferences, there are genuine issues of fact on whether defendant actually furnished his son with an automobile and whether defendant lead the right of control over the automobile so as to make him liable under the family purpose doctrine. The burden would, of course, be different on a motion for a directed verdict. The court did not err in denying the motion for summary judgment.
Abner B. Dismukes, Clarence A. Miller, for appellee.