Court of Appeals Opinions

Format: 05/27/2015
Format: 05/27/2015
Aghili vs. Saadatnejadi
01A01-9605-CV-00214
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Muriel Robinson
Davidson County Court of Appeals 06/11/97
Wood vs. Prosser, et. al.
01A01-9510-CV-00468
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Marietta M. Shipley
Davidson County Court of Appeals 06/11/97
Bain vs. City of Murfreesboro
01A01-9611-CV-00510
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Robert E. Corlew, III
Rutherford County Court of Appeals 06/11/97
Jammi vs. Conley
01A01-9609-CH-00425
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Ellen Hobbs Lyle
Davidson County Court of Appeals 06/11/97
Than Those Articulated By The Majority. The Majority Relies Upon State v. Marshall,
03C01-9602-CC-00066
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: R. Steven Bebb
McMinn County Court of Appeals 06/10/97
Thelma W. Kelley, v. John E. Vance and Betty L. Vance, and Allstate Insurance Company
03A01-9701-CV-00031
Authoring Judge: Justice Herschel Pickens Franks
Trial Court Judge: Judge Ben W. Hooper, II

In this action, plaintiff seeks uninsured motorist coverage from her insurance company, and the Trial Court, responding to motion for summary judgment, granted judgment to defendant Allstate Insurance Company (Allstate). Plaintiff has appealed.

 

Sevier County Court of Appeals 06/09/97
Pacific Properties, v. Home Federal Bank of Tennessee, v. Michael S. Stalcup
03A01-9701-CV-00020
Authoring Judge: Senior Judge William H. Inman
Trial Court Judge: Judge William R. Holt, Jr.

This action for conversion was submitted to a jury which returned a general verdict for the plaintiff, thereby implicitly finding that the fact-driven principal defense of the Statute of Limitations was not well-taken. Home Federal appeals and presents for review issues which, as paraphrased, question the propriety of the submission of the case to the jury, whether the defense of Statute of Limitations was well-taken, as a matter of law, whether requested jury instructions should have been given and whether the drawer of a check adequately instructed the drawee Bank as to its disposition. Pacific Properties

Court of Appeals 06/09/97
David Dunnehew vs. Donna Dunnehew
02A01-9604-CH-00079
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge:
Court of Appeals 06/09/97
Glenda Whisenhunt vs. Gordon Whisenhunt
02A01-9506-CV-00126
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: James E. Swearengen
Shelby County Court of Appeals 06/09/97
Crystal M. Trueitt v. Alan A. McCurry and Carmen Y. Silvels, v. Alan A. McCurry
03A01-9612-CV-00399
Authoring Judge: Presiding Judge Houston P. Goddard
Trial Court Judge: Judge Samuel H. Payne

Crystal M. Trueitt and Carmen Y. Silvels, individually and as mother and next friend of Christopher M. Silvels, a minor,2 appeal jugements rendered in heir favor in the Circuit Court for Hamilton County in the amount of $1,033.36, $1,004.60, and $98.50, respectively.

 

Hamilton County Court of Appeals 06/06/97
First Tennessee Bank, National Association, v. Jessi O. Quillian
03A01-9701-CH-00014
Authoring Judge: Judge Don T. McMurray
Trial Court Judge: Chancellor R. Vann Owens

This case originated as an action to collect monies due under the terms of a promissory note executed by the defendant to the plaintiff First Tennessee Bank, National Association. An answer was filed by the defendant admitting the execution of the note and that there was an outstanding balance thereon. He also filed a counterclaim in which he sought a setoff and damages for forged checks drawn on his account and paid by the bank. The trial court on motion of the plaintiff, entered a summary judgment against the defendant on the original complaint and dismissed the counterclaim. A judgment in the amount of $34,399.24 was entered against the defendant. This appeal resulted. We affirm the judgment of the trial court.

Hamilton County Court of Appeals 06/06/97
Anthony W. Nance and Brandon Nance v. Christopher H. Strunk
03A01-9701-CV-00037
Authoring Judge: Justice Herschel P. Franks
Trial Court Judge: Judge Conrad E. Troutman, Jr.

In this action arisitn grom a motor vehicle accident, the defendants were granted summary judgment and plaintiffs have appealed.

Campbell County Court of Appeals 06/06/97
Corbin Dale Meador, v. Linda J. Meador
03A01-9612-CV-00405
Authoring Judge: Judge Robert M. Summitt
Trial Court Judge: Presiding Judge Houston P. Goddard

The controversy presently on appeal attacks a judgment entered in a post-divorce petition for contempt, wherein Linda J. Meador seeks to recover property she contends was awarded he i the divorce decree and to find her fomer husband, Corbin Dale Meador in contempt of court for refusing to deliver the property to her.

 

Hamilton County Court of Appeals 06/06/97