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Deborah Brooks Durden

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Administrative Law Court

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Administrative Law Court

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Assistant Chief Counsel

South Carolina Department of Transportation


Assistant Chief Counsel

Department of Transportation


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SC Administrative Law Court - What's New

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The judges and staff of the Court extend their heartiest congratulations and warmest welcome to the Court's two newest Administrative Law Judges, The Honorable Deborah Brooks Durden and The Honorable Shirley Robinson.
Judge Durden was formerly Assistant Chief Counsel at the South Carolina Department of Transportation. Robin Coleman is now working at the Administrative Law Court as Judicial Research Aide to Administrative Law Judge Deborah Brooks Durden.


SC Administrative Law Court - Contact

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Deborah Brooks Durden
Administrative Law Judge


www.scwla.org

Hon. Deborah Brooks Durden has served as a South Carolina Administrative Law Court Judge since February 2009.
She is a graduate of Columbia College and the USC School of Law. Following law school, she clerked for the Honorable Karen Hunt of the Alaska Superior Court from 1991 to 1992. After a few years in private practice, she served as Assistant Chief Counsel at the Department of Transportation (1998-2009).


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n March 2011, Serrus Carolina Walk purchased the units and parking spaces from Carolina Walk for $2,962,500, according to a 2012 order issued by Administrative Law Judge Deborah Brooks Durden.


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n March 2011, Serrus Carolina Walk purchased the units and parking spaces from Carolina Walk for $2,962,500, according to a 2012 order issued by Administrative Law Judge Deborah Brooks Durden.
The seller assigned tax rights to the buyer.Durden ruled in the assessor’s favor. he S.C. Association of Realtors filed a friend of the court brief on behalf of the condo owners.“Our contention is Richland County refuses to acknowledge we went through the greatest recession of our lifetime,� May-bank said. “They claim the values of condominiums did not drop.�Maybank led the S. C. Department of Revenue under Republican governors David Beasley and Mark Sanford. He serves as a tax activist, passing along articles by email on current issues surrounding state and local taxation.Cloyd’s lawyer, Malane Pike, declined comment.Reach Hinshaw at (803)771-8641.


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