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Jury returns verdict in land dispute case

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - After three months of trial and a day of deliberations, a Superior Court jury returned its verdict in the civil dispute between Umatac resident Debbie Quinata and prominent attorney David Lujan.  The jury determined that Quinata and her husband, Cory, occupied a lot in Umatac but did not find that Lujan intentionally entered the Quinata's property or created a condition that was harmful to the health of the couple. 

Quinata had made two claims of nuisance and one for willful trespass against Lujan.  Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Barrett Anderson meanwhile is expected to rule, at a later time, on Lujan's claims against Quinata for alleged encroachment without compensation.

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