SUPREME COURT OPINIONS - 2009
BY FILING DATE




Dec 11, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: Dec 31, 2009
Case Title / Description
Edmunds v. Edmunds, 363 NC 740 (23A09)
Interpretation of premarital agreement and will; remainder interest in property; standing; joinder of parties
Helms v. Landry, 363 NC 738 (55A09)
Whether mother can obtain a paternity test under N.C.G.S. Sec. 8-50.1 after a previous judicial determination of paternity
State ex rel. Utils. Comm'n v. Town of Kill Devil Hill, (68A09)
Whether Utils. Comm'n has jurisdiction to determine siting of an electrical transmission line carrying less than 161 kV; N.C.G.S. Secs. 62-42 & -106
State v. Morton, 363 NC 737 (347A09)
Reasonable suspicion to frisk defendant for weapons; motion to suppress contraband seized during the frisk
Muchmore v. Trask, 363 NC 742 (479PA08)
Whether a prenuptial agreement executed in California continued to be governed by California law after the parties moved to North Carolina
Franco v. LipoScience, Inc., 363 NC 741 (255A09)
At-will employee who received a no-retaliation letter after he was hired; whether sufficient consideration supported the letter and established the contractual relationship exception to employee's at-will status
In re J.D.B., 363 NC 664 (190A09)
Juvenile; adjudication of delinquency; denial of motion to suppress incriminating statements made when student was questioned by police and a school principal
Scarborough v. Dillard, 363 NC 715 (112A08)
Appeal from JNOV in defendant's favor as to plaintiff's punitive damages claim
State v. Williams, 363 NC 689 (506A07)
First-degree murder (capital/death)

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 86 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.


Nov 6, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: Nov 30, 2009
Case Title / Description
State v. Philip Morris, et al, 363 NC 623 (2A05-4)
Whether tobacco companies must continue payments to non-quota farmers under a private Trust Agreement predating the enactmen of federal buy-out legislation implementing company-funded payments to tobacco quota holders and producers of quota tobacco
DOT v. David C. Blevins, 363 NC 649 (59A09)
Condemnation action; whether evidence of reduced access to a convenience store due to installation of a highway median is admissible to show diminished property value

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 68 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.


Oct 9, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: Oct 29, 2009
Case Title / Description
Southeastern Jurisdictional Admin. Council, Inc. v. Emerson, 363 NC 590 (62A08)
Whether covenants imposing service charges on property owners are 'reasonable' and 'sufficiently definite'
In re Summons of Ernst & Young, 363 NC 612 (424PA08)
Whether rules of civil procedure apply to court proceedings to enforce a summons issued by N.C. Revenue Dep't
State v. Bowden, 363 NC 621 (514PA08)
Whether N.C.G.S. � 14-2 (1974) defines a life sentence as an eighty year sentence for all purposes and not just for parole eligibility
State v. Coley, 363 NC 622 (544A08)
Competence to stand trial
State v. Green, 363 NC 620 (71A09)
Probable cause or reasonable suspicion to conduct warrantless search of defendant's vehicle based on information provided by an informant; motion to suppress evidence seized

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 99 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.


Aug 28, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: Sep 17, 2009
Case Title / Description
Beaufort Cty. Bd. of Educ. v. Beaufort Cty. Bd. of Comm'rs, 363 NC 500 (106PA08)
Constitutionality of N.C.G.S. Sec. 115C-431 procedures to resolve funding disputes between local school boards and county commissioners
State v. Lopez, 363 NC 535 (95PA08)
Attorney arguing to a sentencing jury in a noncapital case may explain and illustrate effect of aggravating and mitigating factors but may not attempt to forecast sentence under Structured Sentencing
State v. Wilson, 363 NC 478 (436A08)
Whether by failing to object at trial defendant waived appellate review of the trial court's instructions to a single juror in violation of Article I, Section 24 of the North Carolina Constitution
Blankenship v. Bartlett, 363 NC 518 (455PA06-2)
Whether 'one person, one vote' requirement established in Stephenson v. Bartlett applies to superior court judicial districts
Britt v. State, 363 NC 546 (488A07)
Constitutionality of N.C.G.S. � 14-415.1 amendment barring all felons from possessing firearms anywhere
State v. Locklear, 363 NC 438 (578A05)
First-degree murder (capital/death)
In re M.G., M.B., K.R., J.R., 363 NC 570 (36PA08)
Whether a juvenile petition alleging abuse and neglect can be later amended to add newly discovered allegations of sexual abuse against a child named in the petition; application of N.C.G.S. � 7B-800
Turner v. Hammocks Beach Corp., 363 NC 555 (450A08)
Interlocutory appeal from denial of Rule 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss; whether prior consent judgment collaterally estops plaintiffs from asserting any future interest in real property held by defendant corporation as trustee
Carolina Power & Llight Co. v. Employment Sec. Comm'n of N.C., 363 NC 562 (441A08)
Unemployment insurance eligibility; whether leaving a job to accept early retirement benefits under a company downsizing program is a disqualifying act under N.C.G.S. � 96-14(1)
State v. Wilkerson, 363 NC 382 (170A07)
First-degree murder (capital/death)
State v. Jacobs, 363 NC 576 (617PA05-2)
Felony sentencing; whether trial court's unilateral finding of an aggravating factor was harmless error when the same evidence was used to prove an element of an offense
Sandy Mush Properties, Inc. v. Rutherford Cty., 363 NC 577 (67PA07-2)
N.C.G.S. � 153A-344(b); whether issuance of a building permit also conferred a statutory vested rifht to conduct a mining operation on the same property; application of Robins v. Town of Hillsborough

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 48 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.


Jun 18, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: Jul 8, 2009
Case Title / Description
State v. Maness, 363 NC 261 (402A06)
First-degree murder (capital/death)
Brown v. Ellis, 363 NC 360 (389PA07)
Alienation of affection; out-of-state defendant; long-arm personal jurisdiction under N.C.G.S. � 1-75.4(4)(a)
Craig v. New Hanover Cty. Bd. of Educ., 363 NC 334 (484PA07)
Complaint for monetary damages; whether existence of a state remedy barred by sovereign immunity can prevent assertion of a state constitutional claim for the same alleged injury
Ellison v. Gambill Oil Co., 363 NC 364 (541A07)
Third-party exception under N.C.G.S. � 143-215.83(b)(2)(d) to strict liability for discharging petroleum products into state waters
State v. Icard, 363 NC 303 (236A08)
Motion to suppress; whether under totality of chircumstances, search of defendant's purse was governed by Fourth Amendment
Rodriguez-Carias v. Nelson Auto Salvage & Towing Serv., 363 NC 365 (231PA08)
Workers' Compensation; whether plaintiff's deposition taken by telephone in another country complied with N.C. R. Civ. P. 28(b)(3)
State v. Abshire, 363 NC 322 (459A08)
Sex offender registration; whether State presented sufficient evidence that defendant changed her address within the meaning of N.C.G.S. � 14-208.11
State v. Ramos, 363 NC 352 (535A08)
Erroneous jury instruction; omission of willfulness element of the crime for which defendant was charged and convicted; prejudice
State v. Alston, 363 NC 367 (558A08)
Sufficiency of evidence that defendant constructively possessed cocaine
In re S.N., X.Z., 363 NC 368 (568A08)
Termination of parental rights; whether failure to issue summons of TPR proceedings to children deprived trial court of subject matter jurisdiction
Castaneda v. International Leg Wear Grp., 363 NC 369 (7A09)
Workers' Compensation; Causation evidence
In re J.Y. & N.Y., 363 NC 370 (22A09)
Termination of parental rights; whether failure to issue summons of TPR proceedings to children deprived trial court of subject matter jurisdiction
Jones v. Harrelson & Smith Contr, 363 NC 371 (36A07-2)
Nonjurisdictional violations of N.C. R. App. P. 10(c)(1); whether new trial is required when appellate court reverses trial court's grant of JUDGMENT NOTWITHSTANDING THE VERDICT in defendant's favor on plaintiff's claims for fraud and UDTP
Helm v. Appalachian State Univ., 363 NC 366 (30A09)
Whether plaintiff sufficiently alleged that she was engaged in protected activity under the State Whisleblower Act to survive a motion to dismiss
In re K.J.L., 363 NC 343 (37A09)
Whether clerk's failure to sign summonses issued in a child neglect proceeding deprived the trial court of subject matter jurisdiction over both that proceeding and a later proceeding that terminated parental rights based on the earlier finding of neglect

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 58 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.


May 1, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: May 21, 2009
Case Title / Description
In re W.R., 363 NC 244 (560PA06)
Juvenile; adjudication of delinquency; admissibility of confession obtained when student was questioned by school officials and school resource (police) officer
Crocker v. Roethling, 363 NC 140 (374PA07)
Medical malpractice; admission of expert testimony; same or similar community standard; N.C.G.S. 90-21.12; summary judgment
State v. Byrd, 363 NC 215 (499A07)
Definition of valid protective order for purposes of felony enhancement under N.C.G.S. 50B-4.1
N.C. Dep't of Corr. v. N.C. Med. Bd., 363 NC 189 (51PA08)
Extent of Medical Board's disciplinary authority over licensees who participate in administration of the death penalty
State v. Rollins, 363 NC 232 (138PA08)
Application of marital testimonial privilege to conversations between inmate and spouse in a prison visiting area
Estate of Freeman v. J.L. Rothrock, Inc., 363 NC 249 (163A08)
Workers' Compensation; whether Larson test bars benefits to employee who misrepresented his physical condition when he was hired
Bryant v. Taylor King Furn., 363 NC 250 (167PA08)
Workers' Compensation; application of N.C.G.S. 97-57 when an employee seeks additional benefits for the same occupational disease after entering into a final settlement agreement with the same employer and it previous workers' compensation insurer
Wake Cares, Inc. v. Wake Cty. Bd. of Educ., 363 NC 165 (230PA08)
School board's authority to assign students to year-round schools without parental consent; N.C.G.S. 115C-1 & 115C-84.2
In re A.S., 363 NC 254 (310A08)
Minor child; whether a single prior instance of abuse to a sibling provided clear and convincing evidence to support an adjudication of neglect
State v. McArthur, 363 NC 253 (363PA08)
Jury instructions; elements of voluntary manslaughter; application of N.C.G.S. 15A-1237
Shepard v. Bonita Vista Props., L.P., 363 NC 252 (404A08)
Whether self-help actions by campground owner to force RV owners/residents to vacate their long term parking spaces constituted unfair or deceptive trade practices
State v. Bollinger, 363 NC 251 (449A08)
Whether trial court erred in charging jury on possession of a knife when indictment alleged possession of metallic knuckles
Hensley v. National Freight Transp., Inc., 363 NC 255 (536A08)
Wrongful death, negligent loading of cargo onto trailer; whether shipper of goods or independent truck driver was liable for the resulting accident; summary judgment dismissing all claims against shipper

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 57 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.


Mar 20, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: Apr 9, 2009
Case Title / Description
Hall v. Toreros II, Inc., 363 NC 114 (187PA06)
Whether an establishment that serves alcohol has any duty to prevent or discourage an intoxicated patron from driving a vehicle away from the premises
State v. Garcell, 363 NC 10 (465A06)
First-degree murder (capital/death)
Gilbert v. N.C. State Bar, 363 NC 70 (41PA07)
Procedural due process claim insufficiently pleaded; issue of interlocutory appeal improvidently allowed
O'Mara v. Wake Forest Univ. Health Scis., 363 NC 117 (414PA07)
Discretion of trial court to admit or exclude expert witness in medical malpractice action pursuant to N.C.G.S. 90-21.12 when witness relies on a national standard of care
Heatherly v. State, 363 NC 115 (317A06-2)
Constitutionality of N.C. State Lottery Act; whether Act is a revenue bill under Art. II, Sec. 23; assessment of litigation costs against plaintiffs
State v. Miller, 363 NC 96 (309A08)
Sufficiency of evidence that defendant constructively possessed cocaine
State v. Smith, 363 NC 120 (332PA08)
Plain error review of instruction permitting a jury to find defendant guilty of kidnapping if he committed a single named felony different from the specific felonies alleged in indictments brought under N.C.G.S. 14-39(a)(2)
Smith v. Blythe Dev. Co., 363 NC 119 (394A08)
Negligence action; flooding; whether plaintiffs' lay testimony was sufficient to rebut evidence from defendant's expert witness at summary judgment stage
State v. Lawrence, 363 NC 118 (405A08)
Motion to dismiss charge of first-degree rape under N.C.G.S. 14-27.2(a)(2); whether the State presented sufficient evidence that defendant displayed a dangerous weapon
In re N.C.H., G.D.H., D.G.H., 363 NC 116 (463A08)
Termination of parental rights; whether failure to issue summons of TPR proceedings to children deprived trial court of subject matter jurisdiction

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 95 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.


Feb 6, 2009 Zip File of Published Opinions
Mandate: Feb 26, 2009
Case Title / Description
In re J.T. (I), J.T. (II), A.J., 363 NC 1 (155PA08)
Termination of parental rights; whether failure to issue summons in TPR proceedings to children deprived trial court of subject matter jurisdiction
Horry v. Woodbury, 363 NC 7 (198A08)
Beneficiary's wrongful conversion claim against executor to recover funds in joint bank accounts established with decedent's money
Saft Am., Inc. v. Plainview Batteries, Inc., 363 NC 5 (204A08)
Motion to dismiss under N.C. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(2) for lack of personal jurisdiction over out-of-state defendants
State v. Llamas-Hernandez, 363 NC 8 (220A08)
Police officer lay opinion as to powder cocaine
In re E.X.J., A.J.J., 363 NC 9 (341A08)
Whether trial court had subject matter jurisdiction to terminate nonresident father's parental rights when he was not served with summons and petitions initiating an earlier proceeding that adjudicated the children as dependent

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED OPINIONS, THE COURT CONSIDERED 125 OTHER MATTERS. THE OTHER MATTERS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, NOTICES OF APPEALS BASED UPON CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, PETITIONS FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI IN DEATH CASES, DEATH STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF CERTIORARI IN OTHER CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF SUPERSEDEAS, MOTIONS FOR TEMPORARY STAYS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF MANDAMUS, PETITIONS FOR WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS, PETITIONS FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS, MOTIONS FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF, AND DIRECT APPEALS FROM DECISIONS OF THE JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION AND THE UTILITIES COMMISSION. THE COURT ALSO CONSIDERS MOTIONS FOR EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND MOTIONS TO AMEND ON A DAILY BASIS. SUCH "ROUTINE" MOTIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PETITION LIST PUBLISHED BY THE COURT EACH MONTH.







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