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Criminal – Appeal Notice – Local Ordinance – Naming Locality (access required)

The Court of Appeals had jurisdiction over defendant’s appeal of his conviction under a local ordinance for providing false identity information to police, even though defendant did not name the locality as a party to the appeal in his notice ...

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Traffic Offenses – DUI – Appeal Notice – Local Ordinance – Locality (access required)

A DUI defendant convicted under a local Virginia Beach ordinance had to name the locality, as an indispensable party, in his notice of appeal of the conviction, and the Supreme Court affirms dismissal of the appeal. The similarity of the ...

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Premises Liability – Landlord/Tenant Mold Remediation – Eye Mold (access required)

A tenant who alleges defendant landlord and property manager misrepresented that mold infestation in his apartment had been remediated, resulting in damage to him from mold growing in his eye and mold infestation of his personal property, can sue defendants ...

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Contract – Real Estate Commission – Statute Of Frauds – Brokerage Agreement (access required)

In this suit seeking a real estate commission, the Supreme Court of Virginia says a trial court erred when it sustained a demurrer to the real estate agency’s complaint on the ground that the claim for breach of an oral ...

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