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    • Mortgages - Foreclosure by Piecemeal: The Rule in Dupuy v. Western State Bank 

      Siffring, Robert R. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 20, pg. 623 )
      INTRODUCTION|Throughout the long history of American mortgage law, the rights of the mortgagor and mortgagee have been delicately balanced. The Nebraska Supreme Court has forged a new rule concerning mortgage foreclosure ...
    • Motion to Vacate under 28 U.S.C. Section 2255: Part One 

      Orfield, Lester B. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 5 )
      INTRODUCTION|A prisoner in custody under sentence of a court established by Act of Congress claiming the right to be released upon the ground that the sentence was imposed in violation of the Constitution or laws of the ...
    • Motion to Vacate under 28 U.S.C. Section 2255: Part Two 

      Orfield, Lester B. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 213 )
      INTRODUCTION|In general, the motion procedure is not proper to attack an arrest, although there is occasional contrary authority. Accordingly, it has been held that the motion proceeding will not lie for error in the arrest ...
    • Motor Vehicles 

      Quinn, Kathleen M. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 14, pg. 420 )
      INTRODUCTION|A major clarification in the measure of damages for injury to a motor vehicle not used solely for business or commercial purposes was made by the Nebraska Supreme Court in Husebo v. Ambrosia, Ltd. The Court ...
    • Motor Vehicles - Certificates of Title - Nebraska Certificate of Title for a Stolen Automobile Not Conlusive of Ownership 

      Lepp, Robert L. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 10, pg. 777 )
      INTRODUCTION|In First National Bank & Trust Co. v. Ohio Casualty Insurance Co., the Nebraska Supreme Court determined the effect of a Nebraska certificate of title issued upon an automobile held by a bona fide purchaser ...
    • Motor Vehicles - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 11, pg. 250 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|During the survey period, the Nebraska Supreme Court faced only two major issues relating to the law of motor vehicles. One source of litigation was the Nebraska "implied consent" law. The other involved ...
    • Motor Vehicles - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 13, pg. 214 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|In the past year the Nebraska Supreme Court heard one case of particular import in the area of motor vehicles. In S & T Motors v. General Motors Corporation, the court addressed the question of the rights ...
    • Motor Vehicles - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 10, pg. 170 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Decisions of the Nebraska Supreme Court during the survey period relating to the law of motor vehicles did not manifest any major developments or trends. Not unusually, a frequent source of litigation ...
    • Motor Vehicles - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 12, pg. 284 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|During the survey period the Nebraska Supreme Court dealt primarily with the same issues as it has in the past. The area in which most of the litigation was centered was the Nebraska Drunk Driver ...
    • Mr. Justice Blackmun - A Tribute 

      Arnold, Richard S. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 28, pg. 589 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|One of the great values of the law is stability. Lawyers and judges are devoted to precedent, to existing practice, sometimes even to the extent of being hidebound. We all believe, or at least we say, ...
    • Mr. Park Goes to School (In Nebraska): Assessing the Constitutionality of the Private Universities Exemption From the Concealed Handgun Permit Act 

      McDevitt, Denis M.; McDevit, Michael D.; Bouchard, Drew M. (Creighton University Law Review. vol. 48, no. 1, pg. 65-112December )
      INTRODUCTION|This is the story of a thirty-year-old case precedent gone rogue, resulting in the over payment of tax by foreign taxpayers on their slot machine jackpots and how one such foreigner challenged that precedent ...
    • Much Needed and Long Overdue Broadening of the Legal Profession: An Address from the Bar, The 

      Spire, Robert M. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 17, pg. 799 )
      INTRODUCTION|Walk into almost any established law firm anywhere in the country. Whom will you see there? White middle class males, a few women and hardly any racial minorities. You almost certainly won't see anyone who is ...
    • Multi-State Estates under the Uniform Probate Code 

      Vestal, Allan D. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 9, pg. 529 )
      INTRODUCTION|Multi-state estates are those estates involving more than one state. In addition to the domiciliary jurisdiction, such estates involve another state in either of two situations: 1) the decedent has property ...
    • Multiple Punishment Protection of the Double Jeopardy Clause: Thomas v. Morris, The 

      Niemeyer, Julie Ruth (Creighton Law Review. vol. 22, pg. 1081 )
      INTRODUCTION|The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit determined that a convicted felon sentenced to consecutive terms of fifteen years and life imprisonment for attempted robbery and felony murder should ...
    • Multiple-Party Accounts under the Nebraska Probate Code 

      Volkmer, Ronald R. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 9, pg. 519 )
      INTRODUCTION|The drafters of the Probate Code evidently thought that it would be advisable to clarify the law relating not only to what are clearly probate transfers, but also as to non-probate transfers. These latter ...
    • Municipal Corporations 

      Bartel, Leonard Jay (Creighton Law Review. vol. 15, pg. 357 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|During the survey period, the Nebraska Supreme Court decided a number of cases involving municipal corporations. State ex rel. Schuler v. Dunbar is of particular significance because it deals with the ...
    • Municipal Corporations 

      Wechsler, Bruce J. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 14, pg. 423 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|During the survey period, the Nebraska Supreme Court adjudicated many cases involving municipal corporation. One case which deals with the distinction between public and municipal corporations is ...
    • Municipal Corporations - Administrative Law - Right to a Hearing Granted Where Defamation Occurs in Connection with Termination of Employment 

      Zalewski, James C. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 11, pg. 1341 )
      INTRODUCTION|In Owen v. City of Independence, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit held that a claimant may recover damages against city officials who damaged his reputation in connection with his ...
    • Municipal Corporations - Initiative and Referedum - Nebraska Supreme Court Authorizes Use of the Initiative Power to Repeal an Ordinance 

      Greer, Beverly Smeal (Creighton Law Review. vol. 12, pg. 1309 )
      INTRODUCTION|In Boyer v. Grady the Nebraska Supreme Court was presented with the question of whether the initiative power could be used not only to propose legislation, but to repeal legislation already enacted. The court ...
    • Municipal Corporations - Supreme Court Review 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 11, pg. 253 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|In Father Flanagan's Boys' Home v. Millard School District, the Nebraska Supreme Court reversed and remanded the trial court by holding that the defendant Millard School District and Board of Education ...