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Tag Archives: Virginia Court of Appeals

Standing to challenge alleged medical payment shortfall

Although a workers’ compensation claimant had standing to challenge an alleged medical payment shortfall, the claim fails on the merits because there were no outstanding medical bills and the medical providers are not seeking to recover any shortfall. Overview On ...

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Parking change breached contract, violated zoning law

Traffic cone in parking lot

A Fairfax County condominium association’s reallocation of parking spaces violated local and state law and breached its contract with the owner of three commercial condominium units in the development, the Court of Appeals of Virginia upheld. The owner of the ...

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All elements of adverse possession claim established

In this adverse possession case, appellees’ exclusive 15-year  possession of a disputed area was unaffected when they granted appellant, the adjoining landowner, permission to install a drainage pipe in the area. Overview In 1996, Tarek and Kye Abboushi, the appellees ...

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