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Sample NC Cases
... Defendant met with Mr. Branch several times and informed Mr. Branch of his lawful permanent resident status. Defendant stated in an affidavit filed with his MAR that Mr. Branch never advised him of the immigration consequences of a conviction for AWDWISI. ...
... personal property damaged by mold. Plaintiffs also alleged that the serious nature of the toxic mold and the period of time that the hazardous conditions persisted have substantially reduced the fair market value of their unit. ...
... 162A-7 and 153A-285 (both repealed), to use the power of eminent domain to divert water from the Deep River basin to construct Randleman Lake. ... Defendant is a public authority that possesses the power of eminent domain. ...
... to the defendant corporations; (3) Sapona made the same tender offer again in 2000; and (4) Mrs. Simmons wanted the proceeds of the purchased shares to benefit her adult son, Bo, and she expressed her belief to the trust officer in charge of her estate planning, Ms. Elizabeth ...
On 24 March 2005, Plaintiff executed a deed of trust in favor of Defendant JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA, which was recorded at Book 2114, Page 1086 in the Brunswick County Registry. The real property utilized to secure the underlying obligation was described in the deed of ...