I allowed a showing yesterday of the house I am renting. I am moving in January when my lease is up and I want to help out the owners. The listing agent has not disclosed in the listing that the home is currently rented so 75% of the showings so far are for people expecting to move in. Yesterday,... Read more »
Talk to your landlord and ask them to deal with the agent. It sounds like the agent considers you a bother. That you want to have privacy and enjoyment of your home is not unreasonable, you are paying rent and are entitled to it. Its possible that your lease covers this situation and that may...Read more »
You should probably consult a lawyer to review the contract. If any part of the agreement seems questionable you should make sure of what you are being asked to sign before you sign. There might be more problems than you notice.
Also look at the State of Tennessee website:...Read more »
The truck is $692 a week for 208 weeks which is for 4 years. Im 3 years and 2 months in and want to pay it off early. Im was told that I could not pay it off early but every company or place that has a lease has an early pay out option. It’s not in the lease agreement that I can’t pay it off early.
I ran away from my dad's house because I wasn't mentally well I was always depressed and I couldn't get help. My dad's wife told me I said therapy wouldn't work after I went to an evaluation and wanted to go back. They've been very manipulative using the fact that my... Read more »
My dad was put on my grandma's will as executor and when she passed he wrote a text message denying the rple as executor I was then forced to take care of everything regarding my grandma's funeral my dad then went to the bank and told everybody he is the executor. I ended up paying For... Read more »
Go to the Probate Court clerk in the county where your grandmother lived when she died. Ask them whether the estate was opened for probate or not and if so, what happened with the case. Depending on what you find, you may want to contact a lawyer who does probate work.
Yes you can but it would be a great idea to ask a lawyer to help you with this. It might be that part of the negotiation for the plea could include an agreement where you are only supervised by one probation department.
I think what you have written must be a mistake. The code section does not exist but come close to a law prohibiting use of certain kinds of evidence in criminal prosecutions of sexual assault victims. Try asking your question again.
I recently got a driving on revoked charge in Marion Co and got charged with possession of meth which I didn't even know I had. It was my first drug charge. I was supposed to have my license back already because I got a citation in coffee co where me and my boyfriend was sitting in my car at... Read more »
I was thrown in jail only seen nurse like two times when first went in they gave me antibiotics for two days I had so much cunfusion when thrown in I couldn't explain them what happen .I had and have lot trauma
You need a lawyer to help you with this. If you violated your probation unwillingly because you were actually in the hospital when you were supposed to report or come to court you may have a valid excuse. You will have to prove this with documentation from the hospital or your doctor.
You may be able to help yourself by showing up for court rather than waiting to get arrested and taken to jail. Hire a lawyer and follow his or her advice. A lawyer who practices in the court where you have your case should have an idea about how the court handles problems like yours.
My wife’s life and passing were of national interest, so a timely decision on a book is a wise idea. How do I retain the intellectual property I am producing if I choose to collaborate with another writer who has a professional writing career and who has approached me about the subject.
Look for a lawyer who regularly works with copyright law and publishing contracts. This can be a complicated situation to cover properly and not suited to simple on-line answers. If the work you have done has commercial value, it is probably worth consulting a qualified lawyer who can carefully...Read more »
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