CaseDRHI, INC. v. WILLIAM W. HANBACK, JR.
(Record Number 131974)
FromFrom the Circuit Court of Fairfax County; Deniis J. Smith, Judge.
CounselJon F. Mains (Jon F. Mains & Associates, LLC) for Appellant.
J. Chapman Petersen, Jason F. Zellman and Stephen P. Pierce (Surovell, Isaacs, Petersen & Levy, PLC) for Appellee.
Assignment of Error
- The trial court erred when it entered a $350,000.00 judgment in favor of appellee because it did not have the jurisdiction to award a monetary judgment.
- The trial court erred when it entered a $350,000.00 judgment in response to appellee's request for the issuance of a rule to show cause. The trial court did not have the authority by way of its contempt powers to award this judgment.
- If, arguendo, the trial court had the jurisdiction and authority to entertain appellee's demand for entry of a money judgment, the trial court erred when it considered irrelevant evidence to come to this award.
- The trial court erred when it entered a $350,000.00 judgment in favor of appellee because the evidence it considered to come to this award establishes that no sum is due appellee.