The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland determined that a defaulting purchaser is only liable for the shortage resulting from the first resale following his default unless he is the cause of any later defaults.
What does COSA stand for?
COSA stands for Court of Special Appeals (Maryland)
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- Council of South African Banks
- Canadian Open Systems Applications Criteria
- Center for Outreach and Services for the Autism Community
- Charity of Sean Anthony Cononie (Hollywood, Florida a group of service agencies)
- Church of Service and Charity (Hollywood, Florida)
- Coalition of Service and Charity (Foundation; Florida)
- Cometary Sampling and Composition (experiment)
- Conférence des Organes Spécialisés dans les Affaires Communautaires (French: Conference of Community and European Affairs Committees of the Parliaments of the European Union)
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Dana Reed, an assistant attorney general representing the pension system, said the state would review Nance s ruling before making a decision about a possible appeal to the Court of Special Appeals.
The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland affirmed the judgment of the lower court.
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals overturned the jury's decision, ruling that Wholey's termination did not violate a mandate of public policy.
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals reversed, holding that in order for the automobile exception to the warrant requirement to apply, there must not only be probable cause to believe that evidence of a crime is contained in the automobile but also a separate finding of exigency precluding the police from obtaining a warrant.
429 (1990), Maryland's imposition of its corporate income tax on corporations not present themselves in the state was sustained by the state's Court of Special Appeals.