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To quote the Indiana Supreme Court in a 2017 decision, “Indiana has a longstanding legal presumption . . . that spouses owning real property hold
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Can the Property Manager of a Retail Center Be Liable For Injuries Resulting from the Acts of Intoxicated Customers?
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