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Fairfax eases time standards (access required)

The state’s largest circuit is taking a step back from the Judicial Council’s Time Standards, according to Fairfax circuit Chief Judge Richard J. Jamborsky. The reason? Not a saturated docket, but the state’s one-year service of process rule, which allows ...

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Disclosure rules for builders outlined (access required)

Since the Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act went into effect last July, Virginia lawyers who represent home sellers have struggled to interpret the obligations imposed on sellers by the Act. The Act requires sellers of existing homes either to disclose ...

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Malpractice claim allowed by third party (access required)

The sole stockholder of a company that hired an accounting firm to audit its books may sue for professional malpractice as a third-party beneficiary, the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled. While the stockholder could not sue the accounting firm for ...

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