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Category Archives: AG Opinions
What happens when the trustee that registered a machine gun in Virginia dies?
Following last week’s series of updates concerning whether or not a machine gun may be registered to a trust in Virginia, a client asked me a question that I did not have an immediate answer for. “Since the Virginia State … Continue reading
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The VSP has clarified the machine gun registration issue
Last week I wrote about a recent Attorney General’s opinion which stated that machine guns could not be registered to trusts in Virginia. At the end of that article, I noted that I was waiting for a callback from both the Virginia … Continue reading
Posted in AG Opinions, ATF, Form 4, Form 5, Machine Guns, NFA Trusts, Virginia Law Comments Off on The VSP has clarified the machine gun registration issue
Currently machine guns cannot be registered to trusts in Virginia
** There is an update to this article ** In December of last year, I received several calls from NFA dealers who had been told by ATF employees that there was a change upcoming regarding the use of trusts to … Continue reading
Posted in AG Opinions, Estate Planning, Form 4, Form 5, Machine Guns, NFA Trusts, Virginia Law Comments Off on Currently machine guns cannot be registered to trusts in Virginia