In the case of Fortune Laurel, LLC vs. High Liner Foods, Inc., the New Hampshire Supreme Court, on May 8, 2020, issued an opinion which greatly expanded the tools available to the a plaintiff attempting to collect or secure a judgment. In Fortune Laurel, the plaintiff brought suit against a Chinese corporation for breach of contract and consumer fraud. The ... more
Attorney J. Daniel Marr discusses New Hampshire boundary disputes and establishing the ownership right to property beyond a survey through adverse possession, title by acquiescence and other legal theories.
Governor Sununu issued several emergency orders concerning COVID-19 including the recent Emergency Order #17 pursuant to Executive Order 2020-04 on March 26, 2020 in which he provided a stay-at-home order. That order stated that all businesses and other organizations that do not provide essential services, that were defined in the order, shall close their physical workplaces ... more
If you are an unmarried couple, business partners, or friends who decide jointly to purchase real estate in New Hampshire, there may come a time where one of you wants to get out of ownership of that real estate and the other wants to keep it. If a couple is married, the property is considered part of the marital estate, which would be handled in any divorce proceeding, even ... more