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Insurer could terminate agency’s deferred monetary benefits (access required)

An insurance company was allowed to unilaterally modify and terminate the deferred monetary benefits received by an agency and its owner under their agency contract, but the contract was ambiguous as to which party owned certain customer information in plaintiffs’ ...

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Foreclosure was not breach of deed of trust (access required)

Equity Trustees did not breach a deed of trust with the plaintiffs when it completed a foreclosure sale of the plaintiffs’ property. Plaintiffs argued that RoundPoint Mortgage, which was also a defendant, failed to complete preconditions of foreclosure, rendering Equity ...

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No breach regarding developer’s fees and improvements (access required)

A real estate project owner did not breach a reciprocal easement agreement (REA) with a business that bought property within the project by adding common area repair and construction costs to monthly common area maintenance (CAM) fees. Facts RAMCO Virginia’s ...

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Arbitrator to decide disputed contract clause (access required)

The circuit court should have granted a construction company’s motion to compel arbitration after being sued by homeowners for allegedly defective construction. An arbitrator must interpret the arbitration clause in the parties’ contract and determine whether it is impossible to ...

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