State Tennessee v. Tony Ayers
1988.TN.1012, 756 S.W.2D 217
Fifth District, Dallas Court of Civil Appeals of Texas
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This direct appeal involves the issue of whether a Writ of Mandamus should have been issued by the Chancery Court for Campbell County to compel the Campbell County Board of Commissioners (the Board of Commissioners or Defendants) to appropriate funds to construct a new school at a site selected by the Campbell County Board of Education (the Board) to replace the school in the Relators community (the Wynn Community; hereinafter, the Relators). At some point prior to August, 1985, the State Fire Marshalls Office issued a cease and desist order regarding the use of this school (the Wynn School) due to fire code violations in the structure, which was originally built in 1930 and to which several subsequent additions had been made. At the time of its condemnation, the Wynn School housed kindergarten through twelfth grades (K-12) and had a total attendance of approximately 379 students.
- Category: Law
- Published: Jul 18, 1988
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
- Print Length: 24 Pages
- Language: English