Christiana Mall v. Emory Hill & Co.

CONCLUDED

Oral Argument
04/09/14 – 04/09/14

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Summary

This case is an appeal from a decision of the Superior Court of the State of Delaware in and for New Castle County dated September 24, 2013, denying Christiana Mall, LLC's motion to vacate a default judgment. The Complaint on which the default judgment was entered was filed on October 17, 2012. By way of its Complaint, Emory Hilll and Company sought to impose a mechanic's lien on a portion of the Christiana Mall to recover for labor and materials allegedly Supplied to construct a self service frozen yogurt stand for the tenant leasing Mall rental suite 1135. Emory Hill also alleged that Christiana Mall was liable for the labor and materials allegedly supplied under quantum meruit, quantum valebant, and unjust enrichment theories.

Outcome

The judgment of the Superior Court was affirmed.

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