Civil Practice – Summary Judgment – Depositions – Corporate – Veil-Piercing – Issue of Fact – Real Property – Arsenic ContaminationTimber Integrated Investments, LLC v. Welch Even though N.C. R. Civ. P. 56 gives the trial court discretion over whether to consider certain evidence when ruling on a summary judgment motion, that discretion is not so broad as to allow the trial court to flatly refuse to consider competent and potentially relevant evidence that has been offered by one of the parties.
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Published: February 22, 2013
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