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DIANE VIRGINIA MARSHALL v. WILLIE MAE PATE ROARY

Merely because a court assumes jurisdiction over a trust does not give it unbridled authority to remove the trustee of the trust and appoint a new trustee without affording the process the rules require and without taking evidence and making findings about the grounds for removal.

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JAMES DAN v. FIDELITY FIRST HOME MORTGAGE COMPANY

In an earlier case, the court entered judgment against Fidelity First Mortgage Company for damages arising out of a fraudulent foreclosure rescue scheme. Fidelity sought indemnification and contribution. The court entered judgment in favor of Fidelity. Dan filed a “Motion to Reconsider.” The court denied the motion. Dan argues that the court denied him due process because it did not hold a hearing pursuant to Rule 2-311(f) before denying his motion.

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MARYLAND v. GARY PERKINS, ET AL. (access required)

The County sought a declaration that it is not liable for the judgment against its Burgess, as it ordinarily would be under the LGTCA, because she did not cooperate in defending the action. The circuit court found the County liable for the judgment. The County appeals.

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