TRUFFLES AT THE BELVEDERE, LLC v. G & J CHASE, LLC, ET AL.
Under Truffles’ view, any water that is not contained in a pipe is by necessity outside the scope of the Easement and is therefore actionable. We disagree. Nothing in the concept of an easement generally, or in the language of this specific Easement is so limiting.
SILLERY BAY IMPROVEMENT ASSOC. INC. et al. v. JOHN F. McGAHAGAN III et al.
Did the trial court err by finding that appellees acquired title by adverse possession to a platted road, that the use of the road was limited to marina access and that nearby residents had not acquired a prescriptive easement for use of the road?
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DALE E. DEMENT, DECEASED
The Orphans’ Court interpreted the last will and testament to require that all assets should pass to his adopted daughter, rather than his former step-daughter. This distribution violated testator's intent as expressed by his will.
JUAN ARTIGA v. STATE OF MARYLAND
Artiga presents two questions for review: 1. Did the trial court err in admitting a tape recording of a 911 call into evidence? 2. Did the trial court err in refusing Artiga’s request for a postponement?
Bernard Smith v. State of Maryland
Smith appeals from the denial of his motions (1) to correct an illegal sentence; and (2) to modify his sentence based upon fraud, mistake, or irregularity.