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Code of Virginia - Title 34 Homestead And Other Exemptions - Chapter 2 Homestead Exemption Of Householder

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  • 34-4 Exemption created
    Every householder shall be entitled, in addition to the property or estate exempt under §§ 23-38.81, 34-26, 34-27, 34-29, and 64.1-151.3, to hold exempt from ...
  • 34-4.1 Additional exemption for certain veterans
    Every veteran residing in this Commonwealth having a service connected disability of forty percent or more, as rated by the Veterans Administration of the United ...
  • 34-5 To what debts exemptions shall not apply
    The property exemptions created under this Code shall not be claimed against the following debts: 1. For the purchase price of such property or any ...
  • 34-6 How exemption of real estate secured; form to claim exemption of real property
    In order to secure the benefit of the exemptions of real estate under §§ 34-4 and 34-4.1, the householder, by a writing signed by him ...
  • 34-7 Real estate, subject to encumbrances, may be set apart; if sold, how surplus disposed of
    Such real estate may be selected and set apart as aforesaid, subject to any paramount encumbrances thereon. If a sale be had to satisfy the ...
  • 34-8 Partition or sale of real estate held as exempt by joint tenant, etc
    If the estate so set apart be held by the householder as joint tenant, coparcener or tenant in common, partition or sale may be had ...
  • 34-9 How real estate set apart as exempt may be encumbered or aliened
    Real estate set apart as aforesaid may be sold and conveyed as other real estate held by the householder and the proceeds invested in other ...
  • 34-10 through 34-12
    Repealed by Acts 1981, c. 580. ...
  • 34-13 Householder may set apart exemption in personal estate
    If the householder does not set apart any real estate as before provided, or if what he does or has so set apart is not ...
  • 34-14 How set apart in personal estate; form to claim exemption of personal property
    Such personal estate selected by the householder and under §§ 34-4, 34-4.1, or § 34-13 shall be set apart in a writing signed by him. ...
  • 34-15 , 34-16
    Repealed by Acts 1981, c. 580. ...
  • 34-17 When exemption may be set apart; garnished wages
    A. The real or personal estate which a householder is entitled to hold as exempt may be set apart at any time before it is ...
  • 34-18 Rents and profits exempt; increase in value of estate set apart
    The rents and profits of the property set apart shall be exempt in the same manner as the corpus of such property and if the ...
  • 34-19 How excess in value set apart subjected to debts
    Any creditor, against whom an exemption is claimed, may file a bill in equity, alleging that the value of the estate at the time it ...
  • 34-20 Proceeds of sale of estate exempt; how evidenced
    The estate or property in which proceeds of sale are invested, or which may be acquired in exchange, under any of the preceding sections of ...
  • 34-21 When householder's right to exemption is exhausted
    When the maximum amount of property, whether real or personal, or both, has been once set apart to be held by a householder as exempt ...
  • 34-22 Waiver of exemption; its effect; form of waiver
    If any person shall declare in a bond, bill, note or other instrument by which he is or may become liable for the payment of ...
  • 34-23 How claim enforced when exemption waived, etc
    In any proceeding for the enforcement of a claim, which by reason of the waiver aforesaid or otherwise, is paramount to the exemption, if there ...
  • 34-24 When the exemption ceases; lien of judgment or decree against householder
    When any person, entitled as a householder to the exemption provided for in § 34-4, ceases to be a householder or when any person removes ...
  • 34-25 When homestead waived judgments and executions to so state
    Whenever a judgment or decree is rendered on an instrument waiving the homestead or upon a demand against which the homestead cannot be claimed the ...

Last modified: April 3, 2009