A dispute arose over whether the grantor was competent at the time she executed instruments to convey a hotel in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The competency issue was strongly contested, but additionally, even if the Plaintiff (her later appointed conservator) prevailed on competency, we asserted on behalf of the buyer that no recession of the transaction should be ordered. The case settled after this brief was filed.
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Residential Real Estate Updates
Legal Memoranda: Motions for Summary Judgment/Adjudication |
State, 6th Circuit, Tennessee |
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