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Creditors Had Quasi Lien on Decedent’s Property (access required)

A defendant who had notice of the date of decedent’s death from the deed cannot be a bona fide purchaser; a Norfolk Circuit Court says a Virginia statute effectively establishes a quasi lien on estate property for one year after the owner’s death, and the court overrules defendant’s demurrer. Defendants claim they are bona fide purchasers ...