Thursday, April 17, 2008

Caddingham v. Arkansington

although we own sizable tracts of land on all three habitable continents, the Caddinghams rarely take legal action to protect our property. agreements between gentlemen are swiftly and obeisantly accorded; handshakes and promises from families of good standing are altogether preferable to settlements and litigation.

however, potentially precedent-setting circumstances involving trees, easement and eminent domain require trial.

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