Fraud, Fiduciaries, and Family Law
McClure, Justice Ann Crawford
Nichols, John F. Sr.
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This Article covers the property doctrines of breach of fiduciary duty and other torts associated with, or related to, property within a fractured matrimonial relationship. The duties one spouse owes to the other may depend not only upon the spousal relationship but also upon that spouse's formal duty as a condominium board member, a corporate officer or director, a partner, a joint venturer, an executor or trustee, an attorney, an agent, or an employee.
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