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Tag Archives: Automotive

Creative approach to sales tax refund rejected by court

If your leased vehicle is stolen, should this “premature termination of the lease” entitle a rebate in sales tax paid≠ In Matter of Moerdler, a downstate lawyer who leased a Land Rover in White Plains pre-paid the sales tax on ...

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Car rental fees are defendant’s responsibility after accident (10136)

Is the defendant liable for car rental costs, after she destroyed the plaintiff’s vehicle in a car accident, even though it took almost nine months to receive the replacement vehicle≠ This was the central issue before New York State Supreme ...

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Car rental fees are defendant’s responsibility after accident

Is the defendant liable for car rental costs, after she destroyed the plaintiff’s vehicle in a car accident, even though it took almost nine months to receive the replacement vehicle≠ This was the central issue before New York State Supreme ...

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Third-party indemnification not available for Goodyear suppliers

Where a former Goodyear employee brought an action against Goodyear’s suppliers alleging injury and seeking damages for exposure to certain chemicals, can those suppliers seek indemnification or contribution from Goodyear≠ U.S. District Court Judge John T. Curtin reviewed the facts ...

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Third-party indemnification not available for Goodyear suppliers (9794)

Where a former Goodyear employee brought an action against Goodyear’s suppliers alleging injury and seeking damages for exposure to certain chemicals, can those suppliers seek indemnification or contribution from Goodyear≠ U.S. District Court Judge John T. Curtin reviewed the facts ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs October 9, 2002

The Appellate Division Fourth Department released its most recent packet of decisions on October 1, 2002. Several decisions reviewed personal injury actions. The appeals court considered issues involving the propriety of setting aside the verdict and amount of damages. CIVIL ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs October 9, 2002 (9701)

The Appellate Division Fourth Department released its most recent packet of decisions on October 1, 2002. Several decisions reviewed personal injury actions. The appeals court considered issues involving the propriety of setting aside the verdict and amount of damages. CIVIL ...

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Welfare of child endangered because driver speeds while intoxicated in residential area

Was injury to a child “likely” within the meaning of the “endangering the welfare of a child,” statute where defendant was charged with speeding and driving while intoxicated≠ On defendant’s motion to dismiss the endangerment charge, were the essential elements ...

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