Easement is to the property behind us. The property is primarily woods and pasture area not used. The people who own that land do not use the easement properly and go through out property as an "easier" route. We would like to terminate the easement but are unsure if that's possible.
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In many jurisdictions, the operators of both vehicles could be found liable to some extent. The way the percentages were determined could depend on the speed of the moving car, road conditions, lighting...Read more »
Under Arkansas statutes §5-73-306. Prohibited places. (7) you are prohibited from carrying the firearm anywhere a government body meets. Your "enhanced" permit allows carry in places previously prohibited, however, Ark. Code Ann. § 5-73-306(18) allows the property owners/controllers to...Read more »
I work in a factory with 12 hr shifts from 5:30 to 5:30. Employees are allowed to clock in up to 30 minutes early. My department is required to go to the floor and relieve the other shift and start working at 5:15 . In pursuant of being compensated accordingly, I refused to show up early and not... Read more »
Employees must be compensated for all time they work, but employers are permitted to mandate early arrivals, late departures, or otherwise change your schedule as long as you are paid for it. In this situation, your employer is permitted to ask you to begin work at 5:15 instead of 5:30 assuming the...Read more »
I had signed my contract in May after the district said they would take it as a resignation for anyone that did not turn in a signed contract by the end of May 2021. I have kids to support so out of fear of unemployment I signed the contract. There were teachers resigning left and right. The... Read more »
Thanks and you should speak to an Arkansas employment and education law attorney. The Arkansas Teacher Fair Dismissal Act does provide some protections to teachers, and many districts will release teachers from their contracts under circumstances similar to the ones you identified. By working...Read more »
We paid our rent and it went into another persons account and we don't understand why they served us papers saying we have to pay more then what are rent is or we are going to be getting evicted in 5 days but we paid our rent and we have the proof! Is that legal for them to do that?
More information is needed to fully answer your question. However, if you have been served with legal papers (a complaint, summons, and notice of intent to issue writ of possession) it is important that you file a timely objection before the five day period runs. Your objection must be filed with...Read more »
I doubt you have a portion of 30 acres owned with other tenants in common. Hire a competent AR attorney to search the title to determine what exactly you own. Then file an action for Partition if the others will not agree to sell or buy you out.
My landlord and I had a sexual relationship soon after me moving in.. He told me I wasn't allowed to have male visitors altho I was paying my rent and my own bills..I had ended it with him bc I could tell him no but he didn't care he still did what he wanted with me..he came in and... Read more »
No, your landlord's actions are not legal. He cannot forcibly remove you from your leased premises under any circumstance (even if he had a right to legally evict you). He would have to use the court's to have you legally evicted. Further, his actions regarding your relationship and...Read more »
Last day of your contract that you are not going to sign another lease, can they still penalize you? What’s the point of signing a contract for X amount of months if you have to tell them that you were going to terminate the lease on the day that you already signed and agreed to terminate the lease?
It depends on what your lease says. If the lease is silent as to any notice requirements before moving out, you are perfectly within your rights to move out the last day of the lease and are under no further obligation to your landlord. However, if the lease requires a notice prior to moving out,...Read more »
It is specific to the facts of his case. If the officers intended to arrest him and subsequently input the wrong information into the booking system, that will not be enough to get the charges dismissed by itself. However, if he was the wrong person and should never have been arrested, then...Read more »
You can always be charged, but whether the state can meet the factors required to convict you of possession with purpose is a different story. The statute contains very specific factors and their is a lot of case law that governs this area of the law. An experienced criminal defense attorney can...Read more »
I worked in a daycare passed a background and also am now working with a retailer that also did a background but now im looking at a better opportunity but I was curious if this charge could get in my way?
If you have completed all the terms of your sentence (done with probation, paid all fines, etc...) then you have the ability to seal the charge so it will not show up and hurt your job opportunities. You should talk with an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney and they can evaluate your ability...Read more »
This ultimately depends on the facts of the case, the court you are in and the prosecutor handling the case. However, in general, with the help of a good lawyer you should be able to avoid doing prison time.
If the Parents actually owned the property, then one or both Parents' Heirs At Law own the property now. Hire a competent attorney to search the title and draft/execute an Affidavit of Heirship. When recorded that will be the heirs' source of title.
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