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Even if a court finds that a child is gifted, a stipend of additional earmarked funds to support of a child’s development of such giftedness must be economically reasonable, with significant deference to each parent’s financial situation and actual ability to pay

Posted in *All Posts, Child-support, Cost of Education

A material breach by either party to a bilateral contract excuses the other party from rendering any further contractual performance

Posted in *All Posts, Breach of Contract, Contracts

The Consumer Fraud Act is intended to protect consumers who purchase goods or services generally sold to the public at large

Posted in *All Posts, Consumer Fraud Act

Courts should not render advisory opinions or exercise jurisdiction in the abstract

Posted in *All Posts, Lack of subject matter jurisdiction, Litigation

When a deed is delivered by the grantor to a stranger, to be delivered to the grantee on the performance of some condition, it is considered an escrow

Posted in *All Posts, Real-estate

A court may reduce an alimony obligation when the obligor loses his or her prior W-2 employment, and thereafter makes reasonable attempts to find substitute employment

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Alimony, Divorce, Modification of Alimony

Suit to enforce a guarantee

Posted in *All Posts, Contracts, Statute of Limitations

A Spill Act claim and the defense of laches

Posted in *All Posts, Laches, Litigation, Real-estate

Civil conspiracy

Posted in *All Posts, Civil Conspiracy

A claim for tortious interference

Posted in *All Posts, Tortious interference with a contract

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