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No ‘Tenant’ Relief Against Owners’ Association (access required)

A Charlottesville Circuit Court dismisses requests by plaintiff against defendant unit owners’ association, as he does not qualify for relief under any of the Code sections cited. Plaintiff’s first document is the Tenant’s Assertion and Complaint form designed for use ...

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Assembly bill would revamp HOA enforcement powers and procedures (access required)


An effort to bring peace to the battlefield of community associations and rebellious homeowners sparked its own skirmish as it advanced at the General Assembly. While critics warn of association leaders abusing new-found power, other lawmakers and representatives of community ...

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Neighbors Say Rail Line Is ‘Public Nuisance’ (access required)

In plaintiff property owners’ suit alleging defendant railroad’s operation of a rail line is a “public nuisance” and asserting a claim for just compensation, the Roanoke City Circuit Court overrules defendant’s demurrers which are accompanied by materials that assert additional ...

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