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VEPCO v. Norfolk Southern Ry. Co.

... 368, 374, 477 SE2d 501, 505 (1996); Galloway Corp. v. SB Ballard Constr., 250 Va. 493, 502, 464 SE2d 349, 355 (1995). Normally, an ambiguity in a contact is "patent," that is, the language of the contract itself reveals that it can be interpreted in more than one way. ...

Nextel WIP Lease Corp. v. Saunders

666 SE2d 317 (2008). NEXTEL WIP LEASE CORPORATION v. Roscoe Neal SAUNDERS, Executor of the Estate of Cora Bell Meador Saunders, et al. TowerCo LLC v. Roscoe Neal Saunders, Executor of the Estate of Cora Bell Meador Saunders, et al. Record Nos. ...

Fultz v. Delhaize America, Inc.

... Further, while a storeowner "must give notice or warning of an unsafe condition which is known to him and is unknown to the invitee, such notice is not required where the dangerous condition is open and obvious, and is patent to a reasonable person exercising ordinary care ...