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Kendall v. Walker, No. A105981

By FindLaw Staff on January 29, 2010 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In plaintiffs' suit involving the question of the proper line between the parties' areas of littoral rights for use of the water adjacent to their upland property, summary judgment in favor of the plaintiffs is affirmed where: 1) defendants' motions to amend and supplement the pleadings were properly denied; 2) defendants were barred from raising unpleaded defenses or causes of action in opposition to plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment; and 3) trial court properly determined the littoral rights of the parties in its order granting plaintiffs' summary judgment motion.    

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Appellate Information

Filed January 26, 2010


Opinion by Judge Kline


For Appellant:  Miller Starr & Regalia, Scott A. Sommer, Lewis J. Soffer

For Appellee:   Law Office of David R. Fischer, David Randall Fischer

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