Any idea how to cite a case that was reversed and the only reasoning given is " For the Reasons of the Dissent"
I'm obviously using the language of the dissent but can't find a rule that tells me how to cite it
Edit: found it... and for the bluebook lovers out there, here it is:
Barringer v. Mid Pines Dev. Grp. 568 S.E.2d 648, 655-57 (N.C. App. 2002) (Tyson, J., dissenting) rev’d and dissent adopted, 584 S.E.2d 807 (N.C. 2003).
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