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Richard N. Henry et ux. v. Tanie Guirand et al.

I. Did the circuit court err in granting summary judgment in favor of the Association on counts two, three, and four on the grounds that the Henrys failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted and that the business judgment rule applied to preclude the claims asserted? II. Did the circuit court err in granting summary judgment in favor of the Association on counts two, three, and four on the ground of res judicata?

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Arbia Louati v. John S. Burson, et al., substitute trustees

1. Did the circuit court err in denying Wife’s motion to intervene? 2. Was Wife able to request foreclosure mediation when she was not a borrower or assignee, but was granted power of attorney by a borrower? 3. Is Wife’s untimely motion to stay permitted under Maryland Rule 14-211 for good cause?

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High court ponders if state law nixes toxic tort claim

The ability of a group of North Carolina homeowners to bring a lawsuit over latent contamination in their well water will come down to the U.S. Supreme Court’s answer to a single, if technical, question: Is there a functional difference between a statute of limitations and a statute of repose?

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Opinions – 7/2/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Real Property Interpretation of deed BOTTOM LINE: The circuit court did not err by declaring that plaintiff owned no interest in a 10-foot strip of land that borders property owned by both plaintiff and defendants, and that defendant holds all ...

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