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They wrongly evicted servicemembers in Virginia Beach. It will cost them almost $1.6 million


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This really burns me up! These members did not have to go through this! :4290:

In 2016, a Virginia Beach sailor was evicted — some would say wrongly — from her apartment.

Complaints were made. A federal investigation was launched.

She wasn't alone.

The property manager behind at least 10 apartment complexes in Virginia acknowledged this week they improperly secured default judgement against 127 servicemembers over the span of 10½ years. Most of them were evicted. https://pilotonline.com/news/military/local/article_d3b10a3e-46a1-11e9-8c65-d335f5f45d6f.html

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