Friday, May 4, 2012

Fifth District Reverses Over Distance

The Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed today in Tucker v. Liebknecht, a case in which the lower court issued an  injunction preventing a move after finding it exceeded the relocation restriction in the parties’ agreement.  That agreement didn’t specify a method of measuring the distance set, however, and the Fifth District found that the plain meaning thus resulted in a calculation not of driving distance, but radius in miles, contrary to the method used by the lower court.

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