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The summary following each opinion is prepared to offer lawyers and the public a general overview of what a particular opinion decides. The summary is not necessarily a full description of the issues discussed in an opinion.1-14-2002 - Opinions
Holding a party must satisfy both contingencies of South Carolina Code section 5-3-270 in order to prosecute an action to challenge the validity of an annexation ordinance3433 - Laurens Emergency v. Bailey
Holding a contract of indemnity need not necessarily be restricted to losses incurred to third parties3434 - McCuen v. McCuen
The Court of Appeals reverses the trial court's decision denying the defendant's motion for relief under Rule 55(c), SCRCP, to vacate an entry of default.1-22-2002 - Opinions
In order to survive a motion to dismiss a cause of action for intentional interference with prospective contractual relations, a plaintiff must specifically allege facts that give rise to some reasonable expectation of economic benefits from an identifiable contract.3437 - Olmstead v. Shakespeare
This case discusses whether an employee of a common carrier was a statutory employee of a shipper and therefore barred from proceeding in tort by the exclusive remedy provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act and rejects the contention that Abbott v. The Limited recognizes a distinction between a shipper and a recipient of goods.1-28-2002 - Opinions
This is an action alleging trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction due to insufficiency of indictment.3439 - McInnis v. McInnis
Opinion discussing nontestamentary nature of IRAs.