1. Where suit is improperly brought in the superior court of a county not having jurisdiction and venue of the action, there is no provision of law authorizing the transfer of the case to the superior court of the county in which venue is proper. Since Case No. 49354 was brought in the superior court of a county not having venue of the action, the superior court of that county did not err in denying the motion to set aside its prior judgment dismissing the case for improper venue.
2. Since no order or judgment has been rendered in Case No. 49355, the appeal "from the answer of the defendant" must be dismissed. Code Ann. 6-701 (a).
3. Remaining contentions and enumerations of error are incomprehensible, present no justiciable issues which this court can determine under the records, or are without merit.
I concur in the judgment in Divisions 1 and 2. As to Division 3, I believe the remaining enumerations of error are rendered moot because of the rulings in Divisions 1 and 2.