Developers/Declarants Breached Contract By Failing To Pave Roads – Corporate/Commercial Law

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Developers/Declarants Breached Contract By Failing To Pave Roads


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Facts

Plaintiffs are property owners in what were originally three
separate planned communities known as Mystic Lands. Defendants are
the developer/declarant and its sole shareholder, Shinitzky. In
October of 2006 the Plaintiff and his wife entered into a contract
with declarant to purchase Lot 28 in Mystic Ridge. The Property
Information Sheet stated “the streets throughout Mystic Ridge
are private and shall

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New CT Laws Target Seniors, Nonprofits, Emergency Gov’t Powers

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CONNECTICUT — As the 2021 Regular Session in Hartford winds down, a number of bills are hitting Gov. Ned Lamont’s in search of his signature.

The governor signed Senate Bill 263, “An Act Reestablishing Club and Nonprofit Club Permits,” into law on Thursday. The new legislation was crafted to reduce permit fees for non-profit clubs that been raised by the overhaul of the state’s liquor statutes in 2019.

“I am glad that we were able to correct an inadvertent oversight that raised the cost of a liquor permit to $2,000 for our legions, VFW, and other clubs,” said State Sen.

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Draft Law for the Modification of Exploration Contracts is approved in the Bolivian Chamber of Deputies

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This Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energies release was published using machine translation.

UCOM-MHE-05-14-2021.- The Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energies obtained the approval of the Chamber of Deputies of draft Law No. 151 / 2020-2021, corresponding to the area of Charagua located in the department of Santa Cruz.

This project modifies Law 858 of November 28, 2016, which authorized Yacimiento Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos (YPFB) to sign a contract with the Argentine oil company YPF for exploration activities in the Charagua area. The contract was signed on January 16, 2017 and was endorsed by Law 955 of June 9 of that same

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University of San Diego students call for harsher punishments for sexual assault

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More than 100 University of San Diego students held a protest on the edge of campus Sunday demanding the university expel all students found guilty of sexual assault by a campus hearing board.

The protesters said they were frustrated that a student found guilty of sexual assault was banned from campus for the spring semester instead of being expelled, contending his possible return this fall would make the campus unsafe.

University officials declined to discuss the specific incident for privacy reasons, but they stressed that sexual assaults are handled case by case and that punishments are based on a thorough

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The sinister PR push that links cyber criminals to CEOs

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The misspelt scam email, the clumsy phishing attack, the gaudy pop-up virus threat. All these I can resist. Cyber criminals have developed an altogether more sinister weapon, though: the polite press release.

DarkSide issued a statement after it was blamed for shutting down a vital US fuel pipeline with ransomware. It read for the most part like a standard piece of public relations guff. It combined concision, a non-apology apology for the inconvenience caused, and a purpose statement that would have made Milton Friedman proud: “Our goal is to make money, and not creating [sic] problems for society.”

DarkSide is

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