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Tag Archives: Creditor’s Rights

Landlord Proves Fraudulent Conveyance Against Lawyers and Defunct Law Firm (access required)

A partnership that owned the site of a defunct Fairfax County law practice is entitled to judgment against the former principals, including a former congressman, and other entities for $380,864.91 for both fraudulent conveyance and voluntary conveyance. The partnership also ...

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Notice Sufficient, “Applicable Law” Does Not Incorporate Future Law (access required)

Plaintiff asserts three defendants failed to comply with the terms of the note and deed of trust on her home and seeks to rescind the sale of her property to a fourth defendant, all four of whom were involved in ...

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Wrong Loan Payoff States Fraud Claims (access required)

A Norfolk Circuit Court says defen­dants, who lost property to foreclosure, have stated counterclaims for actual and constructive fraud with allegations that plaintiff bank knowingly and intentional­ly misrepresented the amount of money defendants were required to pay to satis­fy a ...

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