Plaintiffs filed a bill in chancery seeking compensation for a house built on the defendants' lot due to an error on the part of the plaintiffs. The lower court granted a decree offering the defendants the election of taking the improvements at a fair value found by the court or of releasing the lot to the plaintiffs on the plaintiffs' paying its fair value. On appeal, held, this relief was proper. Hardy et al. v. Burroughs et al. (Mich. 1930) 232 N.W. 200.