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The grand finale had to change venue this year after consultation with the main sponsor.
"I am asking authorities, especially our judicial authorities, to hear me out and consider my proposal to change venue of the trial from Bicol to Manila," he said in a statement.
To add to the confusion, it was originally filed in Dakota County, then later in Ramsey County.<br />Twincities.com reported that Frost said MacDonald told him her paralegal erroneously filed the suit in Dakota County, and tried to change venue; he said he has contacted the Office of Lawyers' Professional Responsibility about the dual filing.
Dave Williams, via email Change venue I THINK the proposed use of St George's Plateau, as a site for revelry with a Teutonic slant, is a little out of taste, regarding the obvious reason for the creation of the plateau.
Various provisions establish what is "a proper county" for purposes of a motion to change venue under CPLR [section] 510(1).
"The need to change venue could have been avoided had the directors considered the shareholders rather than themselves in the first place."
But, they added, "additional and detailed expert analysis of the venue research and media surrounding this case is required to support a motion to change venue."
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Assistant Attorney General Lisa Tanner, the special prosecutor in the case, did not oppose the motion to change venue.
"Sadly, the level of advance ticket sales left us with no other option but to change venue for the Westlife performance, and cancel the other dates."
Chief Executive Stephen Hughes said: "We gave a wealth of support to Bangla Mela and it is estimated that over 400 hours of staff time was allocated to assist in the organisation of this year's event which had to change venue due to situations beyond our control.
Together with their answer, the defendants served a demand for a change of venue, based on "improper venue." The respondents then filed a motion for a change of a venue based on "rank forum shopping." The Supreme Court of New York granted the respondents' motion to change venue from Bronx County to New York County on the ground that defendant Steinberg's "residence bears no relationship to the claim asserted by the plaintiff ..." The plaintiff appealed.