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Aug 2016
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August 18, 2016

COA: More evidence is required to determine whether complaint's allegations sound in medical malpractice or ordinary negligence

In Trowell v. Providence Hospital and Medical Centers, Inc., No. 327525, the Michigan Court of Appeals reversed summary disposition to allow further factual development to ascertain whether plaintiff’s claims sounded in medical malpractice or ordinary negligence.

Aug 2016
04
August 04, 2016

COA – Boat seller is no longer an "owner" after delivery of title to a purchaser

In Williams v. Kennedy, No. 325267, the Michigan Court of Appeals held that the seller of a boat does not qualify as an “owner” during the period after the seller delivered the certificate of title to the purchaser but before transfer of title has been registered with the Secretary of State.

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