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A Recent Development in Virginia’s Law of Necessary Parties: Is Your Boundary Dispute or Riparian Rights Case Impacted?

When you own land, many different conflicts with your neighbors can arise—even under the most “neighborly” of circumstances. Boundary line disputes and riparian rights issues persist as two of the the most prevalent conflicts that come up,...

March 02, 2022 in Land Use & Zoning

Tax Credits for Donating Conservation Easements: What You Need to Know and Why You Should Take Advantage

It often seems impossible to do something that is great for both the environment and your wallet. However, every landowner in Virginia can do just that. One of the most valuable and well-kept secrets regarding tax benefits available to landowners...

November 09, 2018 Environmental Law; Land Use & Zoning; Residential Real Estate; Tax Law

The Conservation Fund Defaults & The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Takes Action

In an unprecedented move among nationally recognized tax-exempt organization, The Conservation Fund (“TCF”) has defaulted on its obligation to provide compensatory mitigation for the destruction of wetlands in Alaska. In this blog post WRG attorney...

January 25, 2018 in Land Use & Zoning

Mitigation Bank Sponsors Beware

The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (the “Corps”) is proposing to require sponsors of newly established mitigation banks to sign documents that will likely discourage anyone from assuming the substantial financial obligations involved with the...

January 17, 2018 Banking & Finance; Land Use & Zoning

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