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E-mails not grounds for divorce based on fault

A wife cannot use e-mails between her husband and another women to obtain a divorce on the grounds that his conduct endangered her “health and reason,” the New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled.

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Landowner can’t sue power company over electrocution

A landowner cannot sue a power company for indemnification for an electrocution that occurred on the property, because a recreational immunity statute protects the power company not only from direct liability but also from indemnification, the California Supreme Court has ...

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Rate hike didn’t violate TILA

A bank can apply penalty interest rates to the entire billing cycle in which a consumer’s default occurs – this didn’t violate the Truth in Lending Act, the 7th Circuit has ruled.

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