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Contract – Civil Practice – Real Party in Interest – Corporate Owner – Stipulation – Evidence – Photographs – Illustrative to Substantive (access required)

Accelerated Framing, Inc. v. Eagle Ridge Builders, Inc.. Although defendant contends on appeal that its contract was signed by David Gentry (president and owner of the plaintiff-corporation) in his individual capacity, at trial defendant stipulated that the contract was between the corporate parties. Even though subject matter jurisdiction cannot be waived, a real party in interest can ratify an action by stipulation. We affirm judgment for plaintiff.

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