First Security Bank Utah v. Banberry
1989.UT.264, 780 P.2D 1253, 118 UTAH ADV. REP. 47
Supreme Court of Washington
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Plaintiffs initiated this action against defendants, claiming that defendants defaulted on various financial obligations owed to plaintiffs arising from a real estate development in Park City, Utah. Plaintiffs sought declaratory relief, a money judgment, foreclosure of its trust deeds, appointment of a receiver, and general equitable relief. Defendants Banberry Crossing and Banberry Development Corporation ("Banberry") filed what has been denominated a cross-claim against Eugene L. Kimball, Keith Garner, and the Salt Lake City law firm of Snow, Christensen & Martineau ("SCM"), alleging breach of trust and slander of title. Pursuant to rule 42(b) of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure, the trial court tried the cross-claim separately from plaintiffs action. After presentation of Banberrys case, the court directed a verdict against Banberry and in favor of Kimball, Garner, and SCM. Banberry appeals.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 03 October 1989
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 9 Pages
- Language: English