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Tag Archives: Fairfax Circuit Court

Defendant not excused from community service requirement (access required)

Although the court has the discretion to dismiss defendant’s case even though he has not completed the required 100 hours of community service, the court will instead extend the time for completing community service by six months. Background Defendant was ...

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Partnership records demand must state proper purpose (access required)

A limited partner’s demand to inspect partnership records must state a proper purpose for doing so. Overview Plaintiff is a limited partner of defendant Arrowhead Apartments. Plaintiff petitioned to inspect partnership records after becoming concerned about declining profitability, mismanagement and ...

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HUD landlord’s unlawful detainer claim dismissed (access required)

A subsidized housing landlord’s unlawful detainer action to evict a tenant is dismissed because the notices required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development were deficient. Further, the indigent tenant was not required to post an appeal bond ...

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Maintenance contract not subject to motion craving oyer (access required)

Where a maintenance contract was referenced in the complaint, a motion craving oyer of the contract is denied. Oyer developments Plaintiff referenced a maintenance contract in a complaint against a homeowners association and other defendants. PLM, a maintenance contractor and ...

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Internet Tax Freedom Act preempts general business tax (access required)

Where Fairfax County taxed Cox Communications’ gross receipts of internet access fees under the commonwealth’s Business, Professional, and Occupational License tax, this was error because the federal Internet Tax Freedom Act preempts the BPOL tax. It is the county’s burden ...

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Subcontractor’s $11M claim for computer work dismissed (access required)

The plain terms of the parties’ software migration contract defeat plaintiff’s claim that it is entitled to a minimum payment of $11.1 million. Defendant’s demurrer is sustained with prejudice. Background Agile Defense obtained a government contract to migrate U.S. Air ...

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Medical group can sue insurer for unpaid bill (access required)

A healthcare provider has a private right of action under a statute that requires medical insurers to pay for emergency care without prior authorization regardless of whether the provided emergency services are in-network or out-of-network. The insurer’s demurrer to the ...

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