N.C. Court of Appeals Opinions for January 5, 2016

The North Carolina Court of Appeals has released a batch of opinions:

Alston v Hueske  (15-207) Rule 9(j); Medical Malpractice.
Cushman v Cushman  (15-233) Equitable distribution-Pretrial summary judgment motion
E. Brooks Wilkins Fam. Med., P.A. v WakeMed,  (15-217) Rule 3(c) of the North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure; Actual notice; Appeal from order dismissing an appeal; N.C. Gen. Stat. § 75-16.1.
Greene v Tr. Servs. Of Carolina, LLC,   (15-90) Sufficiency of evidence of holder; quiet title suit challenging foreclosure
Hedgepeth v. Parker’s Landing Prop. Owners Ass’n, Inc.  (15-683) Judicial estoppel; Clearly inconsistent; boundary dispute.
Holder v Kunath  (15-250) Requirement of hearing on complaint seeking domestic violence protective order
In re: FLS Owner II, LLC  (14-1399) Property Taxation; Administrative Law; Statutory Interpretation; Solar Energy Equipment
In re: Kenley  (15-97) Sufficiency of evidence of holder; quiet title suit challenging foreclosure Link is wrong on the Court website. Will update if they fix.
Johnson v Starboard Ass’n, Inc.  (15-451) Condominium assessment
Montessori Children’s House of Durham v Blizzard  (15-406) Breach of Contract; Incorporation by Reference; Tuition Agreements. Don’t get too excited. It’s not Activision Blizzard.
Morgan-McCoart v Matchette  (15-416) subject matter jurisdiction, clerk of superior court, motion to dismiss
NC Dep’t Of Pub. Safety v Owens  (15-367) Waiver of Personal Jurisdiction Defense; State employment; Termination; Loss of Credentials; Arbitrary and Capricious.
Rossi v. Spoloric  (15-728) denial of a motion to continue; admissibility of late filed affidavit; personal jurisdiction; presumption of validity of foreign judgments; full faith and credit.
Sain v. Adams Auto Grp., Inc.  (15-813) UDTPA; fraud; used vehicle condition report; as is -no warranty sales agreement; invited error; motion to dismiss; document outside of the pleadings;
Spoor v Barth,   (15-172) standing, derivative action, fraud, breach of contract, UDTP, summary judgment, statute of limitations
State v Allman  (15-40) Sufficiency of search warrant affidavit to establish probable cause to search
State v Chapman  (15-439) Robbery with Dangerous Weapon; Trial Court’s Discretion under N.C. Gen. Stat. 15A-1233(a); Nonhearsay; Test Fire
State v. Jones  (15-804) Motion to dismiss; larceny; actual and/or constructive trespass; funds deposited into an account.
State v. Martin  (15-468) MAR; evidentiary hearing; disputed factual issues.
State v Ricks  (15-300) Obtaining Property by False Pretense; Indictment
State v. Springle  (15-597) Substantial similarity, out of state convictions, satellite-based monitoring, defective notice of appeal. More to come.
Wilson Funeral Dirs., Inc. v NC Bd. of Funeral Serv.  (15-321) Administrative procedure. Remember to make your objections at the hearing!

There were also 40 unpublished opinions available here.