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‘Access’ form for tree removal was not written contract (access required)

A property owner who signed an “Asset and Authorization Card” to allow a contractor to remove storm-damaged trees was not bound by a written contract, the Supreme Court of Virginia says. In a Dec. 9 unpublished order in Hall & Wilson Construction Inc. v. Bowers, No. 101566, the high court upheld a Chesterfield County Circuit Court ...

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