Court of Appeals Opinions

Format: 05/24/2017
Format: 05/24/2017
Ronnie Erwin v. Moon Products
M2002-00877-COA-R9-CV
Authoring Judge: Presiding Judge Alan E. Highers
Trial Court Judge: J. B. Cox
This is an appeal from a denial of an application to compel arbitration. For the following reasons, we affirm the court below.
Marshall County Court of Appeals 04/30/98
03A01-9901-CH-00015
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
Miller vs. Hembree
03A01-9712-CV-00537
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
Foulke vs. City of Greeneville
03A01-9712-CV-00523
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Greene County Court of Appeals 04/30/98
City of Blaine vs. Hayes
03A01-9711-CH-00520
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
Greene vs. Evans
03A01-9710-PH-00487
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
DHS vs. Epps
03A01-9710-JV-00485
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
McClellan vs. Stanley
03A01-9708-CV-00343
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
Russell vs. Crutchfield
03A01-9708-CV-00329
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
Regan vs. Malone
03A01-9707-CH-00281
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
Jerry Cunningham vs. Baker, et al
02A01-9712-CV-00299
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Court of Appeals 04/30/98
Jimmy H. Vaughn, v. Mary Runyon Vaughn
01A01-9707-CV-00347
Authoring Judge: Senior Judge William H. Inman
Trial Court Judge: Judge Muriel Robinson

The trial court found that there had been a change of circumstances and increased Jimmy Hunter Vaughn’s [husband’s] alimony obligation to Mary Runyon Vaughn [wife] from $400.00 per month to $600.00 per month. The court also found that husband should pay $350.00 as reasonable attorney fees to wife’s attorney

Court of Appeals 04/29/98
Allman vs. Allman
M1997-00251-COA-R3-CV
Authoring Judge: Judge William C. Koch, Jr.
Trial Court Judge: Thomas Goodall
This appeal involves a dispute over the interpretation of a provision in the marital dissolution agreement giving the wife an automobile but requiring the husband to continue making the car payments. After the automobile was totally destroyed in a one-vehicle accident, the wife's insurance company paid the balance remaining on the car loan. After the husband refused to pay the wife an amount equal to the balance of the car loan, the wife filed a petition in the Circuit Court for Sumner County seeking to hold him in contempt. Following a bench trial, the trial judge ordered the husband to pay the wife $7,644.22 representing the balance of the loan when the automobile was destroyed, as well as $1,355 for her legal expenses. We have determined that the marital dissolution agreement allocated the risk of loss of the automobile to the wife and, therefore, reverse the $7,644.22 judgment. We have also determined that the $1,355 judgment must be vacated and that the case should be remanded for further proceedings.
Sumner County Court of Appeals 04/29/98
IN RE: Swanay
03A01-9712-PB-00542
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Court of Appeals 04/29/98