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Monthly Archives: October 2009

Purchaser seeks damages for failure to register title – $126,478 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff purchased a used 2006 Mitsubishi from defendants in December of 2007. Plaintiff obtained financing from State Farm Bank. The dealership later closed without registering the title with the Department of Motor Vehicles or delivering a lien-free title to the ...

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Keenan appears on fast track for a seat on the 4th Circuit (access required)

Virginia Supreme Court Justice Barbara Milson Keenan got some indication last week that she may be on a fast track to a seat on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. At her hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. ...

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Real Estate – Restrictive Covenants – Winery – Retail Sales (access required)

A Fauquier County Court sets aside a verdict for defendant homeowners in the county’s Bellevue Farms subdivision and enters judgment for plaintiff Bellevue Landowners’ Council Inc., in their suit seeking to halt the homeowners’ on-site sale of wine produced in ...

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Employment – Noncompete – Fencing Instructor (access required)

A fencing academy can sue defendants, its former fencing instructor and the competitors who allegedly hired him, for breach of a noncompete, breach of fiduciary duty, conspiracy and tortious interference with contract; a Fairfax Circuit Court overrules defendants’ demurrer. Plaintiffs ...

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Domestic Relations – Spousal Support – PSA – Contempt (access required)

A Loudoun County Circuit Court says husband is in willful contempt for failure to pay spousal support as required by the parties’ property settlement agreement incorporated into their final divorce decree, and is ordered to pay wife $11,357.66 and $6,260.56, ...

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Traffic Offense – DUI – Hospital Records Subpoena (access required)

In this case of apparent first impression, a Norfolk Circuit Court grants a DUI defendant’s motion to quash the commonwealth’s subpoena duces tecum seeking hospital records for defendant on the night he was arrested at the hospital where he was ...

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Creditor’s Rights – Confessed Judgment – Contractor Financing (access required)

A general contractor who has worked with defendant subcontractor on several projects, and who offered financing arrangements to help the sub maintain cash flow, has proved its claim for breach of a Nov. 7, 2007 confessed judgment and promissory note, ...

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