City of Bridgeton v. Ford Motor Credit Co., Nos. 71740

CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Missouri
Writing for the CourtCOVINGTON; BLACKMAR; BLACKMAR
PartiesCITY OF BRIDGETON, Respondent, v. FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, Respondent, and St. Louis County, Missouri, Appellant. CITY OF CREVE COEUR, Respondent, v. GENERAL AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO., et al., Respondents, and St. Louis County, Missouri, Appellant.
Decision Date17 April 1990
Docket Number71948,Nos. 71740
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2 practice notes
  • State ex. Sanders v. City of Lake Lotawana, No. WD 66758.
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • February 6, 2007
    ...of Liberty v. Dealers Transport Company, 343 S.W.2d 40, 42 (Mo. banc 1961). Relying on City of Bridgeton v. Ford Motor Credit Company, 788 S.W.2d 285 (Mo. banc 1990), Lake Lotawana argues that Lee's Summit lacks standing because the Supreme Court has held that "[a] party has standing t......
  • Battlefield Fire Protection Dist. v. City of Springfield, No. 79263
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • February 25, 1997
    ...if the plaintiff can demonstrate that it is directly and adversely affected by the ordinance. City of Bridgeton v. Ford Motor Credit Co., 788 S.W.2d 285, 290 (Mo. banc 1990). An annexation ordinance that causes a loss of tax revenue to a political subdivision does not directly and adversely......
2 cases
  • State ex. Sanders v. City of Lake Lotawana, No. WD 66758.
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • February 6, 2007
    ...of Liberty v. Dealers Transport Company, 343 S.W.2d 40, 42 (Mo. banc 1961). Relying on City of Bridgeton v. Ford Motor Credit Company, 788 S.W.2d 285 (Mo. banc 1990), Lake Lotawana argues that Lee's Summit lacks standing because the Supreme Court has held that "[a] party has standing t......
  • Battlefield Fire Protection Dist. v. City of Springfield, No. 79263
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • February 25, 1997
    ...if the plaintiff can demonstrate that it is directly and adversely affected by the ordinance. City of Bridgeton v. Ford Motor Credit Co., 788 S.W.2d 285, 290 (Mo. banc 1990). An annexation ordinance that causes a loss of tax revenue to a political subdivision does not directly and adversely......

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