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Saturday, July 01, 2017

Delaware Supreme Court rules in favor of Harbeson garage


Charles Williams started his Fourth of July celebration early on June 30.

After six years of prolonged legal wrangling and court battles with his neighbors over his Harbeson garage, he relished the Delaware Supreme Court's decision in his favor.

“It's a relief,” he said. “I want to put it in the rear view mirror.”

The Delaware Supreme Court took 16 days to decide the matter. On June 30, Chief Justice Leo Strine and Justices Karen Valihura and James T. Vaughn Jr. affirmed the Court of Chancery decision in favor of Williams and his garage.

“The court having considered this matter on the briefs filed by the parties has determined that the final judgment of the Court of Chancery should be affirmed on the basis of and for the reasons assigned by the Court of Chancery in its memorandum opinion dated November 4, 2016,” the two-sentence order reads.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not good for a lot of reasons.There's a place for everything and everything in it's place,and this is not the place.Now the floodgate has been opened.Precedent has been set.More will come.The next thing we know someone will build a ball park & expect Shoeless Joe Jackson to show up.I'm sure the court will have no problem with that...

Anonymous said...

Great news.....congratulation's Mr. Williams.

Anonymous said...

Excellent decision.

Anonymous said...

Great decision! Now you can concentrate on working on cars!

Anonymous said...

Good for you !!!

Unknown said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Not good for a lot of reasons.There's a place for everything and everything in it's place,and this is not the place.Now the floodgate has been opened.Precedent has been set.More will come.The next thing we know someone will build a ball park & expect Shoeless Joe Jackson to show up.I'm sure the court will have no problem with that...

July 1, 2017 at 9:49 AM

You sound like one of the nutcases that sued this guy.

Too bad, so sad, that people now can not only reject election results, now they reject court decisions. Sorry, you can't always get your own way.