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Civil Practice – Final Judgment – Modification – Clerical Error (access required)

Although the attorney contends the court has retained the authority to modify a final order in order to correct clerical mistakes, the clerical mistake the attorney cites is one by counsel, not by the court. Counsel's theory was that Va. Code § 8.01-428(B) allowed the court to correct clerical mistakes and that Dorn v. Dorn ...

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