Citrin Holdings, LLC v. Minnis

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Citrin Holdings, LLC v. Minnis
2013 Tex. App. LEXIS 5723
US
State Court
Texas
Court of Appeals
Scott Bayley (plaintiffs); Dr. Flores (defendants)
McCally

Summary

Appeals court strikes down $28.2 million award to minority owner finding expert’s determination of the present value of the owner’s interest in income-producing properties relied on majority owner’s unreliable internal projections; although a party’s effo ...
Citrin Holdings, LLC v. Minnis
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