Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in Virginia

where to file a warrant in debt

I have a sublease in which the subtenant has not paid me for last month, nor has the subtenant paid the actual landlord for this month. I need to file a Warrant in Debt, but I moved to a different county than where the premises are located. Can I file the paperwork at the General District Court in this county or do I need to travel the 300 miles to file in the county where the premises are located?

Asked on 10/08/07, 10:22 pm

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James McKinnon McKinnon & Associates, PLC
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Re: where to file a warrant in debt

File it where the property is located. Get the paperwork from the Court's website and file by mail.

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Answered on 10/09/07, 11:55 am


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