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Defective indemnity letter bars auto crash appeal (access required)

Where defendant became liable for damages arising from an accident involving a leased vehicle, his circuit court appeal is dismissed because a letter from the vehicle’s owner was not a “written irrevocable confirmation of indemnity coverage” for appeal purposes. There ...

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City council member can contest zoning decision (access required)

Petitioner, a member of the Petersburg City Council, is an “officer of the locality” within the meaning of Code § 15.2-2311, and as such, has standing to challenge a decision made by respondent city’s zoning administrator regarding residential use of ...

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Attorney fees denied after split jury verdict (access required)

Even though a jury found for defendants on plaintiffs’ public nuisance claim, they are not entitled to prevailing party attorney fees because the jury rejected defendants’ counterclaim for trespass and found for plaintiffs on their common-law private nuisance claim. Background ...

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Economic loss doctrine no bar to caregiver’s injury claim (access required)

The economic loss doctrine does nor bar a contractual caregiver’s personal injury claim arising from a patient’s attack where the complaint alleges the patient’s wife, who hired the caregiver, did not warn her of her husband’s behavioral issues. Background Rosa ...

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No additional relief after county cancels bid proposal (access required)

Plaintiff bidder, who challenged defendant county’s decision to award a jail healthcare contract to another bidder, is not entitled to additional relief after the county canceled the award and withdrew the bid proposal. The demurrer, filed by the county and ...

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