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Category: Statute of Limitations

What is Inverse Condemnation? How Is It Different from Eminent Domain?

Let’s say a government agency undertakes a construction project that affects your ability to fully enjoy your property and reduces its value, which constitutes a “taking” on the part of...

Is Promissory Estoppel Subject to Statute of Limitations in South Carolina?

Thomerson v. DeVito came to the Supreme Court of South Carolina on certification from the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, as the U.S. District Court needed...

Get It in Writing – It’s the Law

Please be advised that the Court assumed for purposes of the Motion for Summary Judgment that all the facts the Plaintiff (Kagan) alleged were true in the light most favorable...
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