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In a breach of contract dispute involving the extension of a credit facility, summary judgment for Defendant is affirmed in part where Defendants owed no fiduciary duty to Plaintiff; but reversed in part, where Plaintiff's detrimental reliance and promissory estoppel claims derived from a breach of promise rather than a breach of duty, and thus were not barred by the statute of limitations.
Filed July 9, 2009
Opinion by Judge Haynes
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