New developer took over the community and according to records they purchased 71 lots in 2016 now they are saying they took over a poor HOA and now hitting the new homeowners with an increase and special assessments.
Sorry about your problem. The way you should proceed now is to get a copy of the HOA bylaws and/or rules. They should have language in there that covers Notice rules, Meeting rules, and other matters concerning the board of directors or executive positions on the HOA, and how that is done. Once...Read more »
The shed was not specifically detailed on the warrant but at the end of the warrant it goes on to say (and any other structure or building on the premises).doesn't it have to be specific on where to search.also to get in the building they trashed my house found my girlfriends car keys that... Read more »
Your question has many legal issues. You nailed the first question: Do Police need a separate warrant for a locked shed? Maybe yes, maybe no. The answer depends on who's shed it is, and who, if anyone has dominion and control of the shed. The best case for you would be if you had a lease to...Read more »
The place I'm rent and still have a vail lease that doesn't run out for a 2 years. Now the place has been abandon by the owner and seized by the county. To settle out hoa debts. Now the hoa is harassing me daily to run me off. This is in Texas.
You do have some rights, however, you may need to start a lawsuit, in court, to assert your rights. You would need to find out if there are any pending foreclosure proceedings and whether or not, your landlord is still alive, or find out where they are and what their status is right now....Read more »
I don’t consider this to be smuggling since I didn’t gain no money and I didn’t cross anyone over the border the illegal aliens were already in Texas I just had to pick them up. And now I got a charge for this and pending court date.
Sorry to tell you that smuggling does not have to include traveling over a border. Simply kidnapping or transporting someone without their consent is a crime. The manner in which you handle the person you illegally transport, will determine how hard you will be punished.
I believe this is the 2nd part of an earlier question.
If so, you can force her hand by sending her a certified letter demanding the Will. Like I said earlier, even if it does give 1/2 to her, you get to live in the house until you pass-away, or get re-married.
I assume when you said your late husband left his half of the house to your daughter, I assume it was done so with a Will. I would like to see the Will to give accurate advise. However, If you and your husband bought the property during your marriage, you can rest easy as you will get to use the...Read more »
My brother is getting charged with Manufacture & delivery Enhanced first-degree felony for a controlled substance. His lawyer he paid for withdraw himself from the case. They said they have him on video selling to someone. They sent him two screenshots of the video and said they can't... Read more »
Your trial may be moved from one court to another. Its a different thing if that happens mid-trial, A trial technically starts when you swear-in the first juror. Also, if you are moved mid-trial, that is also allowed as long as you are not prejudiced.
There are a few different ways to handle your issue. The simplest is a "Life Estate" where you deed the property back to yourself for the remainder of your life, then it automatically goes to the person you wish to obtain the property after you die.
The State may amend the Indictment but they need to file a motion and get "leave of court" to do so. What's more is the change or amendment must not be so different that it changes the charges or otherwise prejudices the defendant.
They don't have another unit in my price range and they are telling me I am out of luck and to call a lawyer. I now have 13 days to move and nowhere to go. Should they offer me a unit at the same rate as the lease I signed if available? They took my money and I have a signed lease.
For starters, you can not force the LL to give you a unit. However, the LL has breached the agreement you had. Do you have a written lease? If so, look for a section about performance or non-performance or breach. The recourse that is/are available to you might...Read more »
Hello, my name is Reid. I currently work with a community that plays a game called FiveM (GTA Modded). In this virtual world it is a simulation of real life, including a police force, Department of Justice, Business Owners, and of course criminals.
On May 25th my eldest child was in trouble for bullying at school, which led to me disciplining her. While getting onto her my neighbor, came beating on my door. After the 2nd time he punched on my door and I was met with no response, I opened my door and there he stood. After explaining that my... Read more »
The District Attorney can call any witness he or she wants in the efforts to find you guilty of a crime. What's important is that you can also call up any witness you want to defend yourself. It sounds to me like you were justified for what you did.
Each landlord has different leases. Each lease has its own language and the lease rules on most issues, including habitability to some extent. Texas Property Code section 92.056, explains the terms and conditions that a landlord and tenant may agree to, regarding the health and safety of the...Read more »
Your situation is familiar as I have handled many of these types of cases. The DA can prosecute without your consent. However, they can not win a criminal trial on DV without the victim appearing in court to testify.
You may get subpoenaed to come to court. Your are obligated to go, but...Read more »
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