Commissioner's Fees Foreclosure Fees

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SCHEDULE OF COMMISSIONER’S FEES
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2016
FORECLOSURE SALES UNDER DEEDS OF TRUST

BASE FEES are for Accounts of 10 pages or less. Fees will increase as noted below if the filing includes more than 10 pages. (Do not count cancelled checks and vouchers when determining the charge for extra pages. If a lost note affidavit is filed, do include the affidavit, a copy of the note and the noteholder’s receipt in the page count.)

ADDITIONAL FEES for filings between 11 and 30 pages: $14.00. For filings over 30 pages, the additional fee is $34.00.

CLERK'S FEES are included in all fees. Make one check only, payable to "Commissioner of Accounts". The Commissioner will pay the Clerk for recording fees as appropriate.

Foreclosure Accounts (Interim and Final)

Fees for foreclosure accounts are based upon the sales price of the real property. Apply the sales price to the schedule below:

     
Sales Price   Fee
$0 - $100,000   $291.00
$100,001 - $300,000   $346.00
$300,001 - $450,000   $511.00
$450,001 - $600,000   $676.00
$600,001 - $750,000   $841.00
$750,001 - $900,000   $1,006.00
Above $900,000   $1,116.00

Note: The Commissioner may charge an additional fee of $165.00 when the Trustee is unable to produce the original note, which fee shall be shown on the Account as a charge to the noteholder.

Delinquency Fees (To be collected against the fiduciary personally)

1. Failure to file settlement of accounts in a timely manner resulting in a letter from the Commissioner:

$30.00

2. Issuance of a summons by Commissioner:

$85.00

3. Commissioner's report to the Court on failure of fiduciary to comply with summons:

$165.00

4. Commissioner's report to Court of delinquent accounts and unsettled accounts as required by Virginia Code § 64.2-1216:

$55.00

5. Appearance in Court to prosecute Show Cause Order issued against fiduciary:

$220.00

Increased Fees for Review of Accounts

When a Commissioner's review of an account requires exceptional time, the Commissioner may seek Court approval to increase his or her fees. The Commissioner's request for approval of an increased fee must be made in writing, and include his or her justification for requesting the increased fee. The Commissioner shall give notice of his request for Court approval to the fiduciary so that the fiduciary has an opportunity to be heard. When formulating a request for an increase of the fee, the Commissioner may take into consideration the following factors:

  1. The amount of time spent by the Commissioner and his or her staff in reviewing the account and the vouchers, as affected by the number of vouchers and the quality, completeness and accuracy of preparation of the account.
  2. The dollar value, number and nature of the assets in the estate, and the assets outside of the estate which impact on the distribution of the probate estate.
  3. The amount of time spent by the Commissioner and his or her staff on research and rendering decisions on questions of law.
  4. The complexity of the estate distribution scheme, including apportionment of taxes, funding bypass trusts and marital shares or trusts and computations of beneficiary shares, including elective shares, allowances and exemptions.
  5. The necessity for the Commissioner to review tax returns or other documents.
  6. The amount of time spent by the Commissioner and his or her staff addressing complaints of beneficiaries concerning the account.
  7. Any other matters deemed relevant by the Commissioner.

Fees for Services Other Than Inventory/Account Reviews and Uncontested Debts and Demands Hearing

When the Commissioner of Accounts conducts contested hearings; or confers or corresponds with fiduciaries, beneficiaries, and/or creditors on matters not normally required to be addressed during the audit and approval of fiduciary inventories and accounts, the Commissioner may charge a fee based upon hours expended at a rate of $250.00 per hour or such greater hourly rate set by the Circuit Court for the Commissioner of Accounts.

Reduction of Fees

In exceptional circumstances, the Commissioner may reduce any of the forgoing fees except Clerk’s Fees.





 



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