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Congregation Jeshuat Israel, 16-1756

Reversing the decision in a declaratory judgment action between two Jewish congregations in which the court had found that one congregation owned a synagogue, while the other owned the rimonim, valuable torah accoutrements, because the parties' own agreements regarding property rights meant that the only reasonable conclusion was that the defendant owned both.

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  • Published 2017/08/02




  • United States First Circuit


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