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Civil Practice: Condemnation-Judge Request

(1)Where appellant land owner challenged a judgment awarding him $573,000 as compensation for the condemnation of his property and assessing $21,207 in costs against him, the presiding judge had authority to specially assign the action to another judge, so the ...

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Civil Practice: Arbitration-Class Decertification-Unjust Enrichment

Where prison inmates brought a putative class action against a company that provides telephone services to correctional facilities, arguing that the rates and fees were unjust under the Federal Communications Act, the district  court did not err in decertifying the ...

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Civil Practice: Public Nuisance-Injunction

Where appellants challenged a permanent injunction prohibiting them from operating a commercial swimming facility on their property until certain safety conditions were met, the trial court did not err in concluding that appellants’ operation of the facility was a public ...

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