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Lienholders can partially subordinate by contract (access required)

Mortgagee Wells Fargo could subordinate its first-priority lien to its third-priority lien on secured property, without thereby moving the second-priority lien to first position, the court held. Defendant Milton H. Cortez obtained two loans to purchase a home in 2005. ...

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Shareholder used company finances for personal expenditures – $1,029,655 Verdict (access required)

Defendant Amy Ross was a 50 percent shareholder of Design Works Interiors Inc. and the president of the company. The other fifty percent shareholder was Leslie Sargent. Ross and Sargent were close friends. Over a period of seven years, Ross ...

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Stay Denied, Despite Related Out-of-State Litigation (access required)

Plaintiff Anthony Hawks, a Washington D.C. attorney, seeks to collect legal fees for services provided to Defendant Jeanne Ellen Libit. Libit was involved in a complex trust litigation in Florida, and Hawks represented Libit both in her individual capacity and ...

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Members’ Acts Ratified by Corporate Conduct (access required)

Certain corporate members’ management of a construction project was ratified by sufficient other members, according to majority rule as defined in the corporate operating agreement. Claims challenging such ratified conduct were dismissed. The parties are joint venturers who formed a ...

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University Not Custodian of Foundation Records (access required)

Pursuant to Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act, Petitioner Transparent GMU requested from Respondents George Mason University and the George Mason University Foundation Inc. records relating to donations made or offered, directly and indirectly, to the University by certain private entities ...

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