The Georgia Constitution provides that the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction of "[a]ll equity cases." Ga. Const., Art. 6, § 6, ¶ 3(2). However, the Supreme Court has held that "[c]ases in which the grant or denial of [equitable] relief was merely ancillary to underlying issues of law, or would have been a matter of routine once the underlying issues of law were resolved, are not 'equity cases,'" Beachamp v. Knight, 261 Ga.