Key v. Coryell

Key v. Coryell - Key v. Coryell 86 Ark.App. 334, 185 S.W.3d...

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Key v. Coryell 86 Ark.App. 334, 185 S.W.3d 98 Ark.App.,2004. Facts: Mother of student formerly enrolled at private, religious grade school brought action against school, school officials, and school teachers, alleging breach of contract, outrage, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, and gross negligence. Issues: Was there any gross negligence/breach of contract? Rules: In reviewing the circuit court's decision on a motion to dismiss for failure to state facts on which relief may be granted, appellate court treats the facts alleged in the complaint as true and views them in the light most favorable to the party who filed the complaint. Rules Civ.Proc., Rule 12(b) (6). When federal jurisdiction is founded on the diversity of the parties' citizenship, choice-of-law rules of the forum state are applied. In testing the sufficiency of the complaint on a motion to dismiss for failure to state facts on which relief may be granted, all reasonable inferences must be resolved in favor of the complaint and the pleadings
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