Harold A. Fulp, Jr. v. Nancy A. Gilliland - 6/6/13

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Thursday  June 6, 2013 
9:00 AM  EST

9 a.m. 41A01-1111-TR-530. Ruth was the grantor, trustee, and sole lifetime beneficiary of a revocable living trust when she entered into an agreement with her son Harold to sell the main trust asset, the family farm, to Harold. Soon thereafter, Ruth resigned as trustee and Ruth’s daughter Nancy, as successor trustee, repudiated the purchase agreement. In court action that ensued, Harold sought specific performance of the agreement, among other relief. The trial court denied Harold’s request. The Court of Appeals affirmed in part and reversed in part, holding among other things that Harold is entitled to specific performance.

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