Hello, can you kindly please let me know how the SOL is considered in Viriginia. If the problem occured on April 15 but you did not discover the issue until May 15 , is this the date you can use to determine when the SOL ends ? I am having a challenging time finding an attorney due to complex issue... Read more »
On March 29, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released an eviction moratorium order. It protects people from being evicted for not paying their rent if they complete a declaration form and give it to their landlord. This protection lasts until June 30, 2021.
I bought a dark grey sofa and immediately had issues. The color wasn't as advertised and the required cover to velcroes on didn’t fit. I couldn’t get anyone on the phone bc they had tech issues. I reached them via Twitter and they send me a replacement cover. This one was even smaller.... Read more »
My sister and her husband are going through a bad divorce. He left two weeks before the birth of their last kid. She has the house. He filed taxes jointly, and the federal return came to the house. She held it and they came to an agreement on how to spend it. It was only in a text so nothing... Read more »
These “bounty hunters” came to my apartment looking for my ex. They were told that she wasn’t here and hadn’t been since September. This is when they went to the rental office and the personnel allowed maintenance to open my door and let these perfect strangers in my home. They never showed... Read more »
I bought a truck under the agreement that I would be provided a clean title. The guy gave me a complete different title then what was promised. I then found out he never registered the truck in his name therefore he would be title jumping with isn’t allowed. I believe what he did was fraud or... Read more »
In Virginia, a judge will not enter a judgment against the defendant unless there is proof of service on the defendant. You may want to go to the Court to review the file or hire an attorney to review the file for you.
The Judge told us we could speak to the attorney to try to work out a settlement before our next court date. The attorney asked that we email the photos we have. We did so. I carried a binder in court and in contains photos, inventory of my purchase, dates of communications with furniture store and... Read more »
Unless the documents are privileged such as an attorney work product privilege, the documents that are listed in the subpoena must be turned over to the attorney who subpoenaed them. You may want to hire an attorney for your side of the case.
My best friend was being contacted and followed by a man she waited on a few years ago. We went and got an emergency protective order then followed it up in court to get it extended for a year. It ran out in August of this year and on tuesday of this week the messages started again. What is our... Read more »
In 2007 or 2008 my ex boyfriend and I had an apartment. I was in hospital and the rest was not paid for 1 month, I came home and had an eviction notice on my door. We only had one month left and I was now unemployed. In 2014 the landlord filed an abstract judgement against us for 0$ then in 2017... Read more »
There is no statute of limitations for filing a judgment abstract. The abstract is valid and enforceable for 10 years. To extend that 10 years, the abstract can be recorded in the Circuit Court records to make it valid and enforceable for an additional 10 years.
We were told since they were redoing that building that we wouldn’t owe anything for breaking the lease early (this sadly was not in writing) we rented in either 2006 or 2007 and never heard from them again until 2014. What is the statute of limitations for them to take a action against me? (The... Read more »
Both boys have different last names she assumed information was the same and made my husband his guarantor we've received a bill in my husband's name for my son listed as the guarantor isn't this a major policy breach. Etc. There were some safety concerns for the possibility of what... Read more »
I was a new handicap homeowner in an association in Fairfax County VA. The association began discriminating against me when forced me to disclose that I was a handicap person and for a variety of unlawful reasons denied giving me parking permit so I could not park my car in the subdivision and... Read more »
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