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2018-1479 Michael Moore, Conservator of the Person and Estate of Justin T. Moore v. Mount Carmel Health System dba Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital, et al. OPEN 11/28/2018 Does the Ohio savings statute, R.C. 2305.19(A), apply to an action in which a plaintiff attempts, but fails to perfect service on the original complaint within one year pursuant to Civ.R. 3(A)? If so, when a plaintiff files instructions for service after the Civ.R. 3(A) one-year period, does the request act as a dismissal by operation of law and also act as the refiling of an identical cause of action so as to allow the action to continue?”
2018-1315 State of Ohio v. Robert Taylor OPEN 11/7/2018 "Prior to ordering a defendant to pay court-appointed counsel fees pursuant to R.C. 2941.51(D), must the trial court make an explicit finding that the defendant has or reasonably may be expected to have the means to pay some or all of the cost of his or her legal representation?"
2018-1300 In re Adoption of A.C.B. OPEN 11/7/2018 Proposition of Law: Pursuant to the explicit language of Ohio Revised Code 3107.07(A), provision of any maintenance and support during the statutory one-year period is sufficient to preserve a natural parent's right to object to the adoption of their child.
2018-1262 LRC Realty, Inc. v. B.E.B. Properties New Par, d.b.a. Verizon Wireless, et al., v. Bruce Bird, et al. OPEN 11/28/2018 Proposition of Law No. 1: Absent an express reservation, the right to receive rents runs with the land.
2018-1262 LRC Realty, Inc. v. B.E.B. Properties New Par, d.b.a. Verizon Wireless, et al., v. Bruce Bird, et al. OPEN 11/28/2018 Proposition of Law No. I: A covenant to pay rent pursuant to a lease runs with the land and, in the absence of a reservation of rent by the grantor prior to a conveyance of the land, the right to rent which accrues thereafter follows the legal title and right to possession of the grantee.
2018-1262 LRC Realty, Inc. v. B.E.B. Properties New Par, d.b.a. Verizon Wireless, et al., v. Bruce Bird, et al. OPEN 11/28/2018 Proposition of Law No. II: When a warranty deed states that a conveyance of real estate is “subject to” a recorded lease agreement and easement, neither of which instrument reserves to the grantor the right to receive future rents as they become due under the lease agreement, the right to all such future rents is conveyed to the grantee since the right to rents follows the legal title and right to possession of the encumbered real estate
2018-1243 State of Ohio v. Robert Taylor OPEN 11/7/2018 A trial court need not make an explicit finding that the defendant has or reasonably may be expected to have the means to pay some or all of the cost of his or her legal representation.
2018-1233 Michael Moore, Conservator of the Person and Estate of Justin T. Moore v. Mount Carmel East Health System dba Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital, et al. OPEN 11/28/2018 PROPOSITIONS OF LAW I R.C. 2305.19 Does Not Extend The Time To Obtain Personal Jurisdiction To Commence An Action As Provided By Civ. R.3(A) And The Applicable Statute Of Limitations
2018-1233 Michael Moore, Conservator of the Person and Estate of Justin T. Moore v. Mount Carmel East Health System dba Mount Carmel St. Ann's Hospital, et al. OPEN 11/28/2018 Proposition of Law No. 1: A Plaintiff’s Failure To Serve The Defendant Before The Expiration Of The Statute Of Limitations And The One-Year Commencement Period Set Forth Under R.C. 2305.17 and Civ.R. 3(A) Is A Failure On The Merits
2018-1225 State of Ohio v. Robert J. Ramsey OPEN
(Held)
10/24/2018 IS TRIAL COUNSEL'S FAILURE TO FILE A MOTION TO WAIVE COURT COSTS AT SENTENCING INEFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL WHEN DEFENDANT HAS PREVIOUSLY BEEN FOUND INDIGIENT?
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