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Delta Psi Fraternity v. City of Burlington

... Organized in 1850 and incorporated in 1884 "for the purpose of promoting useful knowledge, [and] intellectual, social, and aesthetic culture," Delta Psi ... Given the condition of the property, the City declared the residence uninhabitable and evicted the few remaining members. ...

Miller v. Miller

... evaluation of the emotional and physical health of mother and the child; the child's adjustment at school, intellectual development, and ... App. 2006) (holding that, when wife delivered property to husband in compliance with divorce judgment, she had "complied with the contempt ...

Badgley v. Walton

... the cost of a fence constructed along a common border by, and solely for the benefit of, the adjacent property owner, may ... mandatory retirement for state troopers is good because the job "requires energy, not only physical energy, but emotional energy, intellectual energy." He ...