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Defendants each sold a gun to an undercover police officer. Each was indicted for violation of the Puerto Rico Arms Act of 2000. While those charges were pending, federal grand juries indicted them, based on the same transactions, for violations of analogous U.S. gun-trafficking statutes. Both pleaded guilty to the federal charges and successfully moved to dismiss the Commonwealth charges on...
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Lifetime Wealth Transfers and the Equitable Presumptions of Resulting Trust and Gift
Wealth transfer between generations is not confined to testamentary dispositions. It can also involve straightforward transfers of property from living parents to their children and purchases by living parents of property then placed into their children's names. Legal title to the property will be in the child, but the child might hold the property on trust for the parent. It is here that the...
- THE ESSENTIAL ROLES OF AGENCY LAW.