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Keeping Property Was Contempt (access required)

Defendant’s retention of corporate property ordered returned was contempt, the Court of Appeals says; the court’s order is clear and defendant cannot rely on an earlier order to excuse his noncompliance. Defendant brought an action for corporate dissolution and his brother filed to buy his interest.  Following protracted litigation, the trial court in December 2011 entered ...

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