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Buyer wins due to painted basement (access required)

A home buyer may recover damages for a flooded basement where the seller repaired and painted over prior water damage, a Fredericksburg Circuit judge has ruled. The case is Stone v. Quann (VLW 094-8-348). The opinion was written by Judge ...

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Law schools release pass rates (access required)

George Mason University 69 percent Regent University 61.3 percent University of Richmond 78.13 percent University of Virginia 91.6 percent Washington & Lee University 80 percent The College of William & Mary 88.79 percent Of the 1,152 people who took the ...

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1995 Automotive Guide (access required)

When Alexandria attorney Robert L. Montague III goes for a Sunday drive, he motors in style behind the wheel of a 1922 Leland-built Lincoln. For Norfolk lawyer Richard J. Tavss, a Sunday drive means a jaunt in a sleek black ...

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Review Granted (access required)

Review Granted identifies recent cases in which the Virginia Supreme Court has granted petitions for appeal. The information provided comes from the successful petition for appeal and, in some instances, from the brief in opposition. Additional information is available from ...

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Review Granted: Bottoms up (access required)

This week’s paper includes Supreme Court Review Granted on pages 23 and 24. This feature highlights the cases the Virginia Supreme Court has agreed to hear, including the issues presented. The issues include the following: * Is it in a ...

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IOLTA revolt repelled (access required)

CHANTILLY–The Virginia State Bar Council has crushed an effort to derail mandatory IOLTA, rejecting by a 2-1 margin a resolution to roll IOLTA back to a voluntary “opt-out” program. At its meeting in Chantilly Oct. 20, the council voted 19-41-3 ...

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