H. Clark Adams let you be the judge on 60 cases that heas already made his decisions on in the legal arena of small claims court. Itas enough to put you off wedded bliss forever, but if you did harbour strong opinions on how the case Smith v Brown a couple on the brink of matrimony, interfering relatives notwithstanding should unfold, H. Clark Adams welcomes you to the legal arena of small claims court. Here feuding former lovers, despondent homeowners, and singed shopkeepers bring their grievances against their erstwhile partners in love and business for a ruling that could end the troubled relationship and maybe even offer them material or monetary comfort. In a tone thatas distinctly light-hearted, the retired deputy judge offers readers a fictionalized sampling of the cases presented at small claims court, and the chance for them to pit their best instincts and powers of judgment against his. Part I of the book is a collection of cases from the gripping to the ridiculous, whilePart II features Adamsas decisions on the cases presented. If your view on these 60 cases differs from the learned judge, be warned: no appeal to his decision has ever been successful.Owen Sound Concrete Driveway Paving Ltd. Opening Statement The plaintiff, Sylvia Heron, is suing the defendant, Owen Sound Concrete Driveway Paving Ltd., for the cost of replacing her driveway, which she alleges was improperlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||You Be the Judge|
|Author||:||H. Clark Adams|
|Publisher||:||Dundurn - 2011-12-03|