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Tag Archives: Federal Interpleader Statute
District Court in South Carolina Holds Subcontractor for Underground Utility Work Not Entitled to Statutory Lien Applicable to Erection, Alteration or Repairs of Buildings; IRS Takes Priority
Bell South Communications, Inc. dba Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Dekalb Concrete Pro 1995 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11443 (D.S.C. July 27, 1995) BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. (“Southern Bell”) initiated interpleader proceedings to determine which one of three Defendants held … Continue reading