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Double negative, Justice Goodwyn?

The Supreme Court of Virginia released one published opinion this morning. White v. Llewellyn is an interesting read if you find fraudulent conveyances of real estate interesting — I do, because it one of the few areas of the law where a prima facie case gives rise to a de jure presumption benefiting the plaintiff and, thus, the burden of production and persuasion shifts to the defendant (in most cases, the burden of persuasion always remains with the plaintiff).  I will not delve into the details, leaving t