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structure where a wall or building narrows abruptly

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"With these thoughts in mind, the Court orders any party or collection of parties who wishes to propose a setoff of the interests of the Minority Tenants (or any other setoff) to provide to the Commissioner by February 15, 2019 that proposal and its terms.
extension of the common law right of setoff in New York Debtor &
The act allowed defending parties to reduce an "award by the total amounts which have been paid for the benefit of the claimant, or which are otherwise available to the claimant, from all collateral sources; however, there shall be no reduction for collateral sources for which a subrogation or reimbursement right exists." (3) Although verdicts may be setoff under the act, the common law collateral source rule still persists and bars the admission of the existence of collateral sources of indemnity at trial.
(71) In an ordinary negligence action, the Florida Supreme Court addressed the issue of setoffs for phantom damages, holding that "contractual discounts fit within the statutory definition of collateral sources." (72) Florida's high court determined that because subrogation rights do not exist for written-off medical expenses, the discharged debt is a "payment" within the plain meaning of the Florida collateral source statute.
The government may assert counterclaims seeking setoffs based on a special pleas in fraud, under the False Claims Act or the Contract Disputes Act.
But some of ANB's claims are subject to setoffs on several lots that Curry reported are valued at $315,000.
Charles Goetz, Richard Higgins, and Fred McChesney analyze the strategic effect of suing multiple defendants given the antitrust rules regarding contribution and setoffs. They find that suing multiple defendants makes the plaintiffs better off in two ways.
In most cases, the parties will agree that PIP setoffs are to be a lied by the court post-trial.
In making the setoff determination, the American Payroll court examined other decisions of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: "[T]he rule allowing setoffs, both before and after bankruptcy, is not one that the courts are free to ignore when they think that application would be 'unjust'.
Greatly complicating the restraint of debt-paying is the fact that restraining notices apparently do not restrain setoffs at all.
231, s.6F, the court must make "a separate and distinct finding" (including "the specific facts and reasons on which the finding is based") that "all or substantially all of the claims, defenses, setoffs or counterclaims" advanced by the opponent were "wholly insubstantial, frivolous and not advanced in good faith."
In 1997, the Florida Legislature attempted to come to the rescue and finally resolve all of the confusion surrounding the entitlement to credits and setoffs when the marital home is sold.
rules concerning contribution and setoffs. This article examines both