There was a video presentation by Justice Anderson, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Minnesota, USA, which dealt in details steps for court management and clearing the backlog of cases.
What does SCOMN stand for?
SCOMN stands for Supreme Court of Minnesota
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Supreme Court of Minnesota reversed the decision of the court of appeals and remanded the case to the district court for further proceedings.
The Court should grant a writ of certiorari, reverse the decision of the Supreme Court of Minnesota, and order the counties to refund the taxes they unlawfully collected from the Petitioners.
The Supreme Court of Minnesota ruled that a nonprofit book publisher that engaged in contract publishing to cover its operating costs was entitled to a property tax exemption when its primary purpose was charitable and its commercial activity was in furtherance of its charitable purpose.
COURT'S OPINION: The Supreme Court of Minnesota, reversing the lower court, held that the District Court properly granted the patient's motion for a new trial.
Paul,(20) the Supreme Court of Minnesota refused to make a bright-line rule prohibiting warrantless police entries into homes for offenses of less magnitude than a felony.
The Supreme Court of Minnesota ruled that a tax court's informal rule prohibiting the use of out-of-state comparable sales violated its obligation to assess property at fair market value.