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Letter Not ‘Writing’ for Contract Claim (access required)

A letter from defendant surveyor to the property owner who hired the surveyor to mark boundary lines of a parcel in Chesapeake, stating the proposal, when signed, would serve as the parties’ written agreement, was not a “writing” for the purposes of the statute of limitations in Va. Code § 8.01-246, and the Supreme Court ...

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