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Circuit Court Can’t Allow Amendment (access required)

A Richmond Circuit Court says it has no jurisdiction to allow a plaintiff who is appealing to the circuit court a general district court’s dismissal with prejudice of his suit against “Unnamed Quartermaster,” to amend his complaint to identify that person. Virginia Code § 16.1-106 governs appeals from general district court to circuit court. This statute ...

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