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A party seeking to vacate an arbitration award bears a heavy burden in light of the strong judicial presumption in favor of the award

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An individual may be involuntarily civilly committed following service of a sentence, or other criminal disposition, when that individual suffers from a mental abnormality or personality disorder that makes the person likely to engage in acts of sexual violence if not confined in a secure facility for control, care and treatment

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Expert testimony is not required in abuse and neglect cases when an adequate presentation of actual harm or imminent danger can be made without the use of experts

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The legislative policy for expeditious disposition of claims for industrial accidents would be thwarted if a claim could be suspended for twenty years because of the infancy of a dependent in a death case

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Where the Division of Child Protection and Permanency’s investigation has “substantiated” child abuse or neglect, the regulations allow for a hearing

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Absent arbitrary, unreasonable or capricious action, the agency’s determination must be affirmed

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Appellate courts review only the judgment or orders designated in the notice of appeal

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The showing of a meritorious defense is a traditional element necessary for setting aside both a default and a default judgment

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Where a defendant does not challenge the execution, recording, and nonpayment of a mortgage, a prima facie right to foreclose is established

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Standing is not a jurisdictional issue in our State court system

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