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Homeowner’s suit against lender barred by statute of limitations (access required)

The circuit court correctly held that a homeowner’s breach of contract claims against his lender accrued when his debt was accelerated prior to foreclosure for statute of limitations purposes. Background In 2009, Dennis Kerns borrowed money from a mortgage lender ...

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Water company’s general rate increase approved (access required)

Sufficient evidence supported the State Corporation Commission’s determination that a requested pilot infrastructure surcharge was just and reasonable. Background In 2015, the Virginia-American Water Company applied to the State Corporation Commission for a general increase in water rates, claiming increased ...

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