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Date: 01-23-2023

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D.M. v. Airkooled Kustoms, LLC

Case Number: 5:21-cv-01506

Judge: Liles C. Burke

Court: United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama (Madison County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Allan Armstrong

Defendant's Attorney: C. Gregory Burgess and Laurence A. Smith

Description: Huntsville, Alabama civil litigation lawyer represented Plaintiff who sued Defendant on a breach of contract theory claiming to have have sustained more than $75,000 in damages as a direct result of the breach.

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All contracts are based on a promise for a promises or a promise of an act. Quid pro quo.

A breach of contract occurs whenever a party who entered a contract fails to perform their promised obligations. Due to the frequency of breaches of contract, a robust body of law has grown to resolve the ensuing disputes.

Outcome: 01/19/2023 20 ORDER: Pursuant to the defendant's Suggestion of Bankruptcy, the Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to close this action. This closure will have no effect on the Court's jurisdiction over the case, and it may be reopened, if appropriate, on either party's motion. Signed by Judge Liles C Burke on 1/18/2023. (AHI) (Entered: 01/19/2023)

Bankruptcy by a party automatically stays civil actions.

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