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Conversion Claim Based on Value of Fill-Dirt (access required)

Plaintiff business has stated claims for trespass and conversion against defendant company, which owns and is developing adjacent real estate for a hotel, for the company’s alleged trespass onto plaintiff’s property for excavation and removal of fill dirt, and the ...

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s No Spousal Support for Couple with Separate Property (access required)

At the end of this 10-year marriage between a college-educated accountant wife with separate investment properties, and a husband who has his own plumbing business, a Hanover County Circuit Court denies each party’s request for spousal support. The court also ...

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Lender Wins Claims for ‘Partial Title Search’ (access required)

Although an agreement between plaintiff lender and defendant settlement company said the settlement company would provide “partial title searches as shown in public records only,” the lender wins its contract and warranty claims against the settlement company after the company’s ...

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Multiple Banners Do Not Satisfy ‘Flag’ Ordinance (access required)

The multiple banners flying from nine poles on defendant’s property may bear 13 alternating red and white stripes and 50 stars, but they do not constitute a United States “flag” as defined in federal Executive Order 10834, and a Hanover ...

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Moose Lodge administrator contends he was falsely accused of theft – $275,000 Verdict (access required)

The plaintiff, Carl Wayne Koegler, was the administrator for Richmond East Moose Lodge. In May 2008 the lodge installed Keith Williams as the governor. In late June there was a convention held by Moose International in Las Vegas, and plaintiff ...

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Surgery required for tendon torn as result of ankle injury – $145,000 Settlement (access required)

The plaintiff suffered an ankle injury to his medial malleolus when he was rear-ended by the defendant. The injury caused the bone to rub against the tendon such that the tendon eventually tore and required surgery. The plaintiff made a ...

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Domestic Relations – PSA Enforcement – Lawyers’ Signatures (access required)

In this case of first impression, a Hanover Circuit Court denies enforcement of a “term sheet” signed by the parties’ lawyers, but not the parties, after negotiations on ED and spousal support. The appellate courts of the commonwealth have not ...

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