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The statutory backdrop to this case is as follows. RSA chapter 397-A (2006) (amended 2009, 2011) governs the licensing of nondepository first mortgage bankers and brokers. In response to the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 (the SAFE Act), ...
20 A.3d 919 (2011). 161 NH 746. ATV WATCH and another, v. NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. No. 2009-788. Supreme Court of New Hampshire. Argued: January 13, 2011. Opinion Issued: April 26, 2011. ...
... finding. He argues that, while the competency proceedings 1013 may have protected his right not to be tried if incompetent, they erroneously imposed upon him an "indelible stigma" affecting the exercise of various civil rights. It ...
... He argues that the trial court erred in ordering that he pay to the petitioner, Selma Bartlett, the difference between the original balance on the parties' Bank of America credit card, a debt which was assigned to him in the parties' divorce decree, and a settlement amount that he ...
... the complaining party shows that the distribution is invalid due to fraud, undue influence, deceit, misrepresentation, or mutual mistake." (citation, quotations, and brackets omitted)); see also 3A C. Douglas, New Hampshire Practice, Family Law § 19.21, at 106 (3d ed.2002). ...