§56-4-14. Allegations of place where contract was made or act done.
It shall not be necessary in any declaration or other pleading to set forth the place in which any contract was made, or act done, unless when, from the nature of the case, the place is material or traversable, and then the allegation may be, as to a deed, note or other writing bearing date at any place, that it was made at such place, or as to any other act, according to the fact, without averring or suggesting that it was at or in the county in which the action is brought, unless it was in fact therein.