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Re: New station to broadcast classical music in north and east

At 05:19 PM 1/29/2001 -0500, Dave Faneuf wrote:

>On Sun, 28 Jan 2001 23:36:40 -0500 Brian Vita <brian_vita@cssinc.com>
> > The bigger question would be, doesn't someone have to contest it?
> > That is
> > to say, assuming that the provision was in the sale and that they
> > made the
> > change, would there not have to be someone from Simon Geller's
> > estate to
> > act to protect his "interest".  If there are no executors or
> > survivors, who
> > would be in a position to file such a complaint?
>I don't know, I don't know if a seller can even legally attach such a
>provision, but if a seller can than I would think any interested party
>(listeners if they could prove a need exists?) could challenge a

Would this be filed as a "Friend of the Court" brief?

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