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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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Six expected to seek seat on Court of Appeals (access required)

At least six candidates have indicated they would like to be considered for a vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Virginia. Virginia bar groups have been asked by a state Senate leader to evaluate candidates, and an evaluation process ...

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District court’s jail waiver bars circuit court jail sentence (access required)

Where the general district court waived jail time on the commonwealth’s behalf for a defendant charged with possessing marijuana, the commonwealth cannot seek jail time in a de novo circuit court trial of the charge. Further the charge must be ...

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Denial of in-state tuition rate had reasonable basis (access required)

A university had a reasonable basis for refusing a student’s request to reclassify her tuition status to that of an in-state resident. She has not overcome the presumption that the acts she claims qualify her for the in-state tuition rate ...

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Support reservation will be considered (access required)

Where plaintiff petitioned to exercise a reservation for additional spousal support that was included in their property settlement agreement (PSA), the court concludes that a showing of changed circumstances is not required to consider the petition. Further, even if changed ...

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No substitute plaintiffs for cancelled LLC (access required)

The proposed substitute plaintiffs cannot continue a tax-refund suit as successors in interest of plaintiff, a voluntarily cancelled LLC, even though lease agreements authorized the would-be plaintiffs to pay property taxes and challenge assessments. Further, plaintiff lacks standing to continue ...

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