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So, you have a defective vehicle that qualifies as a “Lemon.” What is your remedy? How much money do you get? What happens to the finance contract? Under Michigan’s Lemon Law the answers to these questions depend on how much you paid, whether you have additional “out of pocket” damages, and how many miles are on the odometer, among other things.
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court recently emphasized to developers and municipalities the need to properly justify waivers from provisions of a subdivision and land development ordinance (SALDO) during the land development process. Link: http://sianalaw.com/2018/06/20/landdevelopmentwaivers/
Kozeny & McCubbin. LC is a multi-state law firm serving clients in the states of Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, Illinois and New York. The Oklahoma office is centrally located in Edmond, OK.
Dealing with unlicensed home improvement contractors
This type of action can proceed to judgment quickly, unlike a mortgage foreclosure. M & T Bank v DelVecchio, 2018 NY Slip Op 03971, Decided on June 6, 2018, Appellate Division, Second Department:
An overview of undue influence as a grounds for will caveats in North Carolina
An overview of resulting trusts in North Carolina
In employment law, discrimination and unpaid wage and overtime cases are sometimes brought as class actions. Class actions allow one or more employees to represent a larger group of employees who have been harmed in a similar way as the “class representatives.” By bringing a case as a class action, the court can hear the dispute in a more efficient way than hearing perhaps hundreds of individual employees' cases. Today's Long Island employment law blog explores an unsettled question about settling cases involving class actions.
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