Bus Law4 - 3-1Yes, Jack and Maggie Turton have standing to...

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Unformatted text preview: 3-1Yes, Jack and Maggie Turton have standing to sue the county. The county was responsible for creating the friendly atmosphere near the land of the Turtons. However, they did not do that. With the purchase of the house and the land around it, Turtons got an opportunity to bring the case to the lawsuit if something bothers them.3-2According to the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida are located in one district, district #11. That is to say, the woman will have her rights to bring the case to Florida`s lawsuit. However, she can also bring this case to the Georgia lawsuit because the company belongs to the state of Georgia. 3-3No, the party does not have to hand over its confidential business secrets as a discovery because the companies are rivals now. Moreover, the RoadTrac does not have a right to request the customers information now. However, the Court might require the company to pass them the company`s confidential information. If so, ATC will have to provide the court with such information. Making a decision, the court might consider that ATC gave the obligation to provide RoadTrac with the software but not with the clients list or marketing procedures....
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Bus Law4 - 3-1Yes, Jack and Maggie Turton have standing to...

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