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I'll start with a list of issues presented and also note at the outset that the question correctly notes that both the school district (which is an entity distinct from the county), and the superintendent of schools, are protected from civil liability to a significant extent by the doctrine of sovereign immunity which is outlined here. Two specific ...


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Generally, you may only file an action in the Western District of Virginia if the actions or inactions that you believe violated your rights occurred within the boundaries of this District. When a lawyer uses the word "generally," it typically signals the existence of exceptions. The specific statutory provision of 8 USC 1447(b) supersedes the ...


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Ignoring morals, is there legal obligation for him to attempt to return the refund? No, but he must pay for the goods if the supplier asks. Does this fall under unjust enrichment? No. This is simply a contract law issue. The person is contractually obliged to pay for the goods and, in the present circumstances, they haven’t done so. If so, to what extent ...


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TL:DR Not really possible, no This is from the website of Allen Allen Allen & Allen, a Virginia-based legal firm. (NOTE I will not be including links within the quotes, you may view their website for more information.) In order to prevail in a personal injury lawsuit arising from the Coronavirus, the plaintiff will need to establish: (1) that the ...


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Ask the local government to enforce the littering ordinances against customers. But, if the trash is put in trash cans and blows out, there is little that you can do legally. In the law there are some bad things that happen for which someone is legally responsible due to their fault or circumstances, but there are many bad things that fall in the category of ...


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There isn't a "one time" expungement rule in Virginia. Under Section 19.2-392.2, a person whose charges have been nolled can file a petition for expungement. The statute does not limit this option to people who have never used it before. There is a separate provision for expunging convictions, but even that section permit up to two sealings.


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That is going to depend on the exact wording of the agreement, but it is probable that it defines "revenue" as revenue from ordinary transactions, and excludes a sale of the entire firm. The jurisdiction you are in (country and quite possibly state/province) may also matter.


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Possibly not The minimum age for a purchase in Virginia of a handgun (pistol) is 21. Long guns may be purchased at 18. This is clearly the age for obtaining a concealed carry permit, and for purchases from a licensed dealer or at a gun show. However, a purely private sale may be an exception, Virginia law permits possession by persons 18 and over, provided ...


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England's system of property laws didn't really contain a recognizable analog to a modern short term landlord-tenant relationship until the late 17th century, because modern alienable, inheritable, legally protected land ownership really wasn't a well developed concept until then, although institutions somewhere between leases and mortgaged existed early and ...


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