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Civil Practice – Jurisdiction – Federal Remand — Res Judicata – Discovery – Attorney’s Fees & Costs – Real Property – Restrictive Covenants (access required)

Bald Head Association v. Curnin Even though defendant appealed the federal district court’s remand order, he did not seek a stay of the remand order until seven months after its entry and five months after the state-court order that gave rise to this appeal; moreover, the Fourth Circuit denied defendant’s motion for a stay. The superior court had jurisdiction to enter its orders dismissing defendant’s counterclaims and allowing plaintiff’s motion to compel discovery.

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