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Real Estate – Landlord/Tenant Act – Tenant's Injury – No Private Action (access required)

The Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act does not plainly manifest an intention by the legislature to abrogate the common law rule that a landlord is not liable in tort for a tenant's personal injuries caused by the landlord's failure to repair premises under the tenant's control and possession, and the high court upholds summary ...

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