SCOA

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AcronymDefinition
SCOASelf Service Change of Address
SCOASmart Compression Architecture
SCOASettlement Council of Australia
SCOASumitomo Corporation of America (also seen as SCA; New York, NY)
SCOAStandard Chart Of Accounts
SCOASupreme Court of Arkansas (judiciary)
SCOASouth Carolina Oncology Associates (Columbia, SC)
SCOASealy Center on Aging (Texas)
SCOASouth Carolina Optometric Association
SCOASouthern California Orofacial Academy (San Gabriel, CA)
SCOASociete Commerciale de l'Ouest Africain (Paris, France)
SCOASaskatoon Council on Aging (Saskatoon, SK, Canada)
SCOASouth Carolina Orthopaedic Association
SCOASouth Central Officials Association (various locations)
SCOASanyo Corporation of America (Sanyo Trading Co., Ltd.)
SCOASmart Car of America
SCOASouth Coast Orthopaedic Associates (Oregon)
SCOASpinone Clubs of America (non-AKC dog breed)
SCOASmithsonian Contributions to Astrophysics (Smithsonian Institute)
SCOASouthern California Outboard Association
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The Supreme Court noted, however, that the Supreme Court of Arkansas reached the same conclusion only to have its legislature pass a statute that states that a CGL policy offered for sale in Arkansas shall define "occurrence" to include "[p] roperty damage * * * resulting from faulty workmanship." The Ohio Supreme Court made clear that if it were so inclined the Ohio General Assembly could take similar action in response to its opinion.
(22) The trial court denied the motion, and the Supreme Court of Arkansas affirmed on interlocutory appeal, reasoning that the forewoman was not "making a formal announcement of acquittal," so the pronouncement had no effect on the State's ability to retry the defendant.
THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS REVERSED THE JUDGMENT ENTERED BY THE CIRCUIT COURT.
As to the first tract of land outside the injection circle, the Supreme Court of Arkansas held that this claim was barred under a straight-forward application of the rule of capture.
THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS HELD THAT THE EVIDENCE AGAINST DR.
COURT'S OPINION: The Supreme Court of Arkansas affirmed the judgment granting the defendants' motion for summary judgment.
The Supreme Court of Arkansas ruled that the City of Little Rock had the authority to condemn land for a park with the intention of leasing it to another entity for use as part of the Clinton Presidential Library.
In Aka, the Supreme Court of Arkansas was squarely faced with the question of whether a viable fetus is "a person within the meaning of Arkansas' wrongful-death statute." The court was asked to overturn a 1995 four-three ruling in Chatelain v.
Webster Hubbell practiced law in Little Rock and sat on the Supreme Court of Arkansas before his old buddy Bill Clinton brought him to Washington as an associate attorney general in the Justice Department.
The Supreme Court of Arkansas has held that although common law principles tend to favor awarding custody of a child to a fit biological parent, that preference is not absolute.
The view from her seat on the Supreme Court of Arkansas has afforded Imber an even broader perspective, and strengthened her belief in the legal process.
On January 9, 1995, in Wal-Mart's appeal to the Faulkner County Chancery Court, the Supreme Court of Arkansas voted four to three to reverse Judge Reynolds' ruling.
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