Land v. Land, June 16, 2008 (Tennille)(unpublished)

Defendant claimed that the Plaintiff, who was the majority shareholder of a family corporation, couldn't have had an expectation of a fiduciary duty from him because the Defendant had had an affair with Plaintiff's wife.  The Court disagreed, and said that the existence of a fiduciary duty under these circumstances was a question of fact.

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