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102KyLJ705.pdf
The Article concludes, then, that most lawyers’ belief that a charging order effectively precludes creditor recovery is significantly overstated and that, given the extraordinary prevalence of partnership entities today, this is an important point…

44SetonHallLRev797.pdf
The Article concludes that our property system, inefficient as it is, has been shaped by organic forces over the centuries. The numerus clausus, then, is a valid description of the current shape of property law, but it does not arise in the manner…

2000BYULRev1677.pdf
How taxpayers determine the amount of money on which they must pay taxes is an uneasy question because this amount, gross income, has never been conclusively defined. In the case of Preslar v. Commissioner, the Tenth Circuit examined this “disputed…

11NevLJ139.pdf
This Article examines two prototypical surprise liens—federal estate tax liens and mechanics’ liens—and proposes that these are indicative of a trend wherein modern lawmakers are increasingly tolerant of surprise liens. This Article then…

38OhioNoULRev957.pdf
As it stands now, no one familiar with real estate law or commerce would expect different parties in different jurisdictions to record identical, or even similar, instruments. In an immediate sense, this heterogeneity of the recorded documents…
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