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K. Scott Toussaint


K. Scott Toussaint Lawyer

Accident & Injury, Divorce & Family Law, Estate, Lawsuit & Dispute, Real Estate

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10131 Clemson Blvd., (20.3 miles)
Seneca, SC 29678 (Oconee County)
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Timothy C Merrell (12.7 miles)
Real Estate
119B Professional Park Dr,
Seneca, SC 29678, Oconee County
Bradley A. Norton (12.6 miles)
Personal Injury, Employment Discrimination, Workers' Compensation, Social Security
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County
Tjay M. Bagwell (12.6 miles)
Real Estate
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County
Larry C. Brandt (12.6 miles)
Legal Malpractice, Workers' Compensation
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County
Stephanie M. Corley (12.6 miles)
Real Estate
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County
John Frederic Prescott (13.2 miles)
Products Liability, Litigation
3691 Blue Ridge Blvd.,
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County
W. Wilson Burr (12.1 miles)
General Practice
415 S. Pine St.,
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County
R. Daniel Day (12.1 miles)
General Practice
415 South Pine St.,
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County
Carla T. Poirier (12.0 miles)
General Practice
103 S Poplar St.,
Walhalla, SC 29691, Oconee County

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... a landlord is not liable under the common law for injuries caused by a tenant's dog, even when the landlord knows of the animal's vicious propensities ... 394 SC 175, 180, 714 SE2d 542, 545 (2011) (finding a property owner is strictly liable for injuries from a dog bite only when ...

... In a consumer credit sale, "either the debt is payable [1] in installments or [2] a credit service charge is made." SC Code Ann. ยง 37-2-104(1)(d) (2002). Seller asserts that its Credit Application authorized neither method of debt payment. ...

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... Initially, the family courts operated with little statutory guidance and scarce case law. ... By my reading, the Court of Appeals reversed and remanded the case because it found the family court committed an error of law by automatically accepting the expert's opinion. ...

... respondent as to all of FACES' claims, finding: (1) the covenant not to compete was unenforceable; (2) respondent did not violate the covenant not to compete; (3) the grant of an injunction requiring respondent to return home would be pre-empted by federal immigration law; (4 ...