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Petitions for Discretionary Review

Supreme Court of North Carolina
Jan 1, 1978
295 N.C. 465 (N.C. 1978)

Summary

moving party must show there can be no other evidence from which a jury can reach a different conclusion as to a material fact

Summary of this case from Sawyer v. Carter

Opinion

1978


Summaries of

Petitions for Discretionary Review

Supreme Court of North Carolina
Jan 1, 1978
295 N.C. 465 (N.C. 1978)

moving party must show there can be no other evidence from which a jury can reach a different conclusion as to a material fact

Summary of this case from Sawyer v. Carter

giving of notice of appeal and demanding trial by jury

Summary of this case from Thomas v. Thomas
Case details for

Petitions for Discretionary Review

Case Details

Full title:PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW

Court:Supreme Court of North Carolina

Date published: Jan 1, 1978

Citations

295 N.C. 465 (N.C. 1978)

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