Virginia Securities Law Questions & Answers

Q: Can a rental apartment complex demand copy of my new born child birth certificate and social security nunber?

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant and Securities Law for Virginia on
Answered on Sep 30, 2017
F. Paul Maloof's answer
To the best of my knowledge, a landlord or the managing agent has no right under the Virginia Code to demand the documents that you described, unless that right is stated in the lease that you signed.

Q: What can I do to get my money back from Private Shares in company I invested. (Not publicly traded)

1 Answer | Asked in Securities Law for Virginia on
Answered on Apr 15, 2013
Adam Savett's answer
You should discuss the situation with a lawyer that specializes in securities law. Many will offer free initial consultations, and they can give a more in depth answer since you will be able to share more details with them than this process allows.

The answer should be in documents you received at the time of your investment, such as a subscription agreement.

Best of luck.

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