§ 38:121. Form: Affidavit of plaintiff's attorney in support of motion to dismiss affirmative defenses on ground that defenses raised have no basis in fact or law—Affirmative defense of contributory negligence or assumption of risk—Personal-injury action against owners and managers of apartment building from which infant plaintiff fell | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 38:121. Form: Affidavit of plaintiff's attorney in support of motion to dismiss affirmative defenses on ground that defenses raised have no basis in fact or law—Affirmative defense of contributory negligence or assumption of risk—Personal-injury action against owners and managers of apartment building from which infant plaintiff fell | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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6A Carmody-Wait 2d § 38:121
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May 2024 Update
Chapter 38. Pretrial Motions to Dismiss
Paul Steinberg, J.D.; and Theodore Wyman, J.D.
I. Motion to Dismiss Cause of Action or Defense
A. Motion to Dismiss Cause of Action or Defense, In General; Grounds
2. Motion to Dismiss Defense
§ 38:121. Form: Affidavit of plaintiff's attorney in support of motion to dismiss affirmative defenses on ground that defenses raised have no basis in fact or law—Affirmative defense of contributory negligence or assumption of risk—Personal-injury action against owners and managers of apartment building from which infant plaintiff fell
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