Barry Slaven and Douglas Bruce, owners of a trailer park in Buford, Georgia, appeal from the denial of their complaint for injunctive relief against the City of Buford by which they sought to prevent the city from interfering with the continued operation of the trailer park.
The exercise of discretion by the trial court in granting or denying an injunction will be not interfered with absent manifest abuse. Zant v. Dick, 249 Ga. 799 (294 SE2d 508) (1982)
; Corp. of Presiding Bishop v. Statham, 243 Ga. 448
, 449 (254 SE2d 833
) (1979); OCGA 9-5-8
. However, the trial court's discretion is limited to cases in which there is a conflict in the evidence. Zant v. Dick, supra; Corp. of Presiding Bishop v. Statham, supra. Here, there was no conflict in the evidence regarding the fact that the entire trailer park had been operated continuously for the rental of mobile homes, 1
and thus constitutes a non-conforming use which is specifically permitted to continue under the city's zoning ordinances. Accordingly, the trial court erred in holding that some of the sites had been converted to single-family dwellings and in denying the relief sought.
J. Curtis Hanks, for appellants.