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Hand-washing dishes can take up a lot of time. Dirty dishes quickly collect in the sink, and you spend hours hunched over scrubbing away stuck-on food. Whether your dishwasher isn't working right or your apartment didn't include one, there's no need to put off ordering a brand new dishwasher. Find the dishwasher you need to make your daily chores a breeze at Rent-A-Center in Weirton. And thanks to our flexible payment plans, you don't have to stress about going over budget.




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Sometimes, you can get away with repairs, but you have to ask yourself if constant costly repairs will be worth it in the long run. Or, you may be trying to upgrade your outdated kitchen with a new, sleek appliance. When it's time to replace your old dishwasher, count on your nearest Rent-A-Center in Weirton, WV. We carry a great selection of rent-to-buy dishwashers to help get your Weirton kitchen back where you want it.


Not everyone has the space or water hookup for a traditional dishwasher. That doesn't mean you have to be stuck washing dishes by hand. Portable dishwashers connect to your sink and make it easy for anyone in Weirton, WV to add a dishwasher to their home. These dishwashers sit on wheels and can be stored away when not in use, which also means they're easy to take with you whenever or wherever you move. Plus, many portable dishwashers feature wood tops that can act as extra counter space, making them ideal for small Weirton apartments.


On or before the September 10 of each year, the sheriff shall prepare a list of delinquent lands, which shall include all real estate in his or her county remaining delinquent as of the first day of September, together with a notice of sale, in form or effect as follows:Notice is hereby given that the following described tracts or lots of land or undivided interests therein in the County of Hancock and the tax liens that encumber the same which are delinquent for the nonpayment of taxes for the year (or years) will be certified to the Auditor for disposition pursuant to West Virginia Code 11A-3-44 on the 31st day of October.


A variety of special license plates are offered in West Virginia. Click here to see the Class A license plate collection. A vehicle must already be titled and registered with a regular license plate before applying for any of the special license plates.


Personal property tax is assessed by the County Assessor and collected by the County Sheriff. Proof of payment of the tax or an affidavit from the Assessor is required before license plate renewal. Contact the nearest county courthouse if questions arise concerning this tax, or click here for links to all counties that currently have online tax information.


New residents have 10 days from the date they title a vehicle to have a West Virginia inspection. This also includes the purchase of vehicles out of state. West Virginia has reciprocity with Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. Therefore, out of state inspection sticker from these states is valid in West Virginia until expiration.


If a license plate becomes worn, faded, or otherwise illegible, request a new plate at the time of renewal for no additional charge. If you request a new plate at any other time, there is a $10.00 fee.


If the driver owns the car outright, the check for the total loss amount is sent directly to the individual by the insurance company. When there is an outstanding loan on the car, the lender receives the proceeds, and if the amount is less than the loan, the remaining funds are sent to the motorist.


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The plaintiffs, Timothy Wayne Tipton, Lyle Breece, George W. Leeson, Jr., and John Wilburn,[2] filed this action for declaratory and other relief under the Higher Education Act of 1965 (hereinafter "HEA"), 20 U.S.C. 1071, et. seq., and implementing regulations,[3] against the defendant Secretary of Education of the United States, (hereinafter "Secretary"), the Higher Education Assistance Foundation, Inc. (hereinafter "HEAF"), and the following bank defendants named in the amended complaint: Charleston National Bank; Community Bank & Trust; One Valley Bank of Morgantown; Fed One Savings Bank; United National Bank; Atlantic Financial Federal-West Virginia; First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Morgantown; Commercial Banking & Trust Company; Higher Education Loan Program of West Virginia, Inc. (hereinafter "HELP");[4] Central National Bank; Wachovia Bank & Trust Company; Wachovia Services, Inc.; Marine Midland Bank; and Union Bank and Trust.


Plaintiffs in this action were former vocational students at the now defunct Northeastern Business College (hereinafter "NBC"), whose educations at that institution were funded in part with student loans obtained through the federally sponsored Guaranteed Student Loan Program ("GSLP").[5] The plaintiffs' loans were received from one or more of the defendant banking institutions, consistent with the GSLP, in order to pay their tuition and other costs related to their attendance at NBC. The defendant HEAF guaranteed these loans, and the defendant Department of Education, which administers the GSLP, provided the lenders with interest subsidies *543 on the loans and contracted to reinsure HEAF for its losses occasioned by payments made on its loan guarantees.


Each of the defendants has filed motions to dismiss pursuant to Rule 12(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, alleging that the plaintiffs have failed to state claims against them upon which relief can be granted. In analyzing the viability of the various legal theories advanced by plaintiffs to avoid repayment of their loan obligations, and the defendants' motions in opposition thereto, it is helpful at the outset to briefly examine the plaintiffs' allegations regarding their experience with, and the eventual demise of, Northeastern Business College.


Plaintiffs assert that NBC could not have existed without the GSLP, as managed by the Secretary and HEAF, and contend that the school was improperly permitted to arrange for thousands of students to take out GSL loans, with the proceeds of those loans being paid directly to the school, thereby bypassing the students entirely. Plaintiffs assert that the Secretary and HEAF, being knowledgeable about the improper practices of the school, stood idly by while NBC "pocketed the cash," leaving the students with nothing but dashed hopes and additional indebtedness:


The Higher Education Act of 1965, (hereinafter "HEA") was enacted in an effort to address the growing need for financial assistance for students in higher education. 20 U.S.C. 1060-1098. A variety of financial aid components comprise the HEA, including but not limited to the Pell Grant Program, 20 U.S.C. 1070a, and the Guaranteed Student Loan Program ("GSLP"), 20 U.S.C. 1071, et seq. See also C.F.R. 668.1(b).


The GSLP, which is at issue here, has two separate and distinct parts: (1) a guaranty agency program under which a state agency or private non-profit agency such as HEAF guarantees the student loans and is, in turn, reimbursed under a reinsurance agreement by the Secretary for part or all of the insurance claims which they pay to the lenders on defaulted notes, 34 C.F.R. 682.100(a) (1); and (2) the Federal Insured Student Loan Program ("FISLP") under which the student loans are guaranteed by the federal government directly, 34 C.F.R. 682.100(a). See 20 U.S.C. 1071(a). There is no dispute between the parties to this action that the lenders on the student loans at issue received their guarantees on those loans from guaranty agencies, primarily HEAF, rather than from the government directly. Moreover, HEAF and the Department of Education have, at all relevant times, been parties to a reinsurance agreement as provided for in 20 U.S.C. 1071(c).


Pursuant to the provisions of the HEA and the applicable regulations promulgated by the Secretary to implement the provisions of the Act, private lenders make loans to qualified borrowers in furtherance of their education at eligible post-secondary schools. When, in cases such as this, a student loan is in default under the guaranty agency program, the guaranty agency pays the holder of the loan pursuant to the terms of its guaranty, and, under its reinsurance agreement with the Secretary, may thereafter be reimbursed for some or all of the funds which it has expended in paying the default claim to the holder of *546 the note. Under the regulatory provisions pertaining to reinsurance/guarantee agreement cases, the guaranty agency must pursue, with "due diligence" collection on any defaulted loan on which it has received reimbursement. 20 U.S.C. 1078(c) (2); 34 C.F.R. 682.200 & 34 C.F.R. 682.401(b) (15) (3).[8]


*547 According to the Secretary, NBC was regarded as an "eligible institution" under the GSLP and other Title IV, HEA programs commencing in 1972 when, under its former name (West Virginia Career College), it established its licensure by the State of West Virginia and its accreditation by the Accrediting Commission of the Association of Independent Colleges and Schools (hereinafter "AICS"). There is apparently no dispute that AICS, which accredited NBC, was and has been continuously recognized by the Secretary since 1956. Plaintiffs contend, however, that the Secretary's reliance upon accrediting agencies such as AICS for determining the educational quality of schools seeking to participate in the GSL is, in practical effect, "outlandish" and insufficient to protect the integrity of the student loan program and the rights of individual student borrowers thereunder. 041b061a72


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