Notice of an Equitable Order

This is the second student presentation in this class, Equity Spring 2011. It deals with an old, but still very important, case.

When does someone have notice that they are subject to an equitable order? Do they have to have the Order personally served on them? Do they have to have been told about the Order from a reliable source? Do they first have to have carefully read the Order?

These questions are important and they are answered, in part, by this old but still quite colorful case from New Jersey. I think the students who presented this case to the class did an excellent job. I enjoyed the presentation (as did the class) and I hope you enjoy it as well. If you have some comments, questions, or concerns, please do not hesitate to post them on the website.



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