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- It's time to reform eminent domain. Perkins, Senator Bill // New York Amsterdam News;12/24/2009, Vol. 100 Issue 52, p12
The article presents the author's opinion on a recent court ruling against the effort by Columbia University to takeover a private property for its expansion in Harlem, New York. He comments that New York's laws favor government bureaucrats and private developers instead of balancing property...
- Distribution of Property. . . nonmarital relationship. Ashman, Allan // American Bar Association Journal;May77, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p705
Reports on the ruling of the Supreme Court of California on the case Marvin v. Marvin. Court's decision that adults who voluntarily live together and engage in sexual relations without marrying are competent to contract with respect to their earnings and property rights; Case background;...
- Accepting the relegation of Takings claims to state courts: the Federal courts' misguided attempts to avoid preclusion under Williamson County Kovacs, Kathryn E. // Ecology Law Quarterly;1999, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p1
- Behind Closed Doors: Closing the Courtroom in Trade Secrets Cases. Durst, Timothy S.; Mann, Cheryl L. // Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal;Spring2000, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p355
Examines the impact of trade secrets litigation on essence of property right at issue in Texas. Nature of trade secrets; Potential loss of secrecy; Protective and sealing orders.
- The Case of the Maya Villages of Belize: Reversing the Trend of Government Neglect to Secure Indigenous Land Rights. Campbell, Maia S.; Anaya, S. James // Human Rights Law Review;Apr2008, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p377
The article offers information on two land rights lawsuits filed by the Maya villages of Conejo and Santa Cruz in California, in the Supreme Court of Belize. As stated, the lawsuits alleged government for violating provisions of the constitution of Belize, for failing to protect the claimant's...
- PayDay Loan sues Collinsville over property rights. Pokin, Steve // Granite City Press-Record;11/16/2011, Vol. 53 Issue 81, pA2
The article offers information on the ensuing legal battle between Title Lenders, the parent company of PayDay Loan, and the city of Collinsville, Illinois, over property rights. The Missouri PayDay Loan that once sat at 502 Vandalia Street, had the misfortune of being in the way of highway...
- More legal bills on deck. Mayrer, Jessica // Missoula Independent;7/17/2014, Vol. 25 Issue 29, p6
The article reports on a lawsuit filed by Patricia and Larry Hayden, landowners at Petty Creek, Montana against the Missoula Fourth Judicial District Court for an alleged misrepresentation over plans for a public right of way while asking permission to reconstruct a portion of Petty Creek Road.
- Don't Knock Out Athletic Center Legal Case. Mellor, Mitchell // San Diego Business Journal;1/19/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p35
The author reflects on the property right case of the Community Youth Athletic Center (CYAC) in San Diego, California. She warns the business owners that the government will not stop from taking their property rights just like what happen in the case of CYAC. She adds that it is also evident...
- In Columbia vs. Columbia, hospital chain wins first round. Pallarito, Karen; Japsen, Bruce // Modern Healthcare;9/23/96, Vol. 26 Issue 39, p3
Reports that the Columbia University in New York, has filed a name infringement lawsuit against Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corporation. Comments from James Prescott, spokesman for the hospital; Claims made by the university against the hospital; Other lawsuits filed against the hospital.