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I am renting studio (converted garage) and there is no a/c and no heat. I am currently using a space heater for the winter. I have a window a/c unit for the summer.
Tenant occupying main house is charging me for sdg&e bill but my lease states I have a $100 credit for utilities.... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2023
Under California law, landlords are generally required to provide a working heating system for rental units, particularly during the winter months. California Civil Code Section 1941.1 states that landlords must maintain a rental unit in a habitable condition, which includes providing functional... Read more »
we filed it 9/2/2021, we are still waiting for an answer-they have held onto our case for 559 days Case no 21-0164 We filed an Injunction on 1/9/2023-no answer
answered on Mar 15, 2023
Hire a competent WV attorney. Move for a default judgment for the relief you want. With real property it should be very precise. If the title is involved, a certified copy of the judgment should be recorded with land records.
The first issue is that the agreement does not include my full first name, Stephen. The agreement has Steve as my first name. I assume this does not matter and the agreement is still valid, but could you please confirm? The 2nd issue is the "Design Services" Article states: American... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2023
The Steve v. Stephen distinction is not likely to matter, especially if you signed the Agreement already. Your signature will be indicia that you understood who they were referencing by calling you "Steve" (i.e., you wouldn't have signed if it called you... Read more »
Liberty Utilities fails to provide any notices within a 24 hour time of notice when they appear to vacate property without any such work. This company has continued to breach our agreement concerning no kind of notices within a 24 hour period before coming on the property. They refused to make... Read more »
answered on Mar 8, 2023
I assume that since you reference a utility company that the agreement you have with them is an easement. It's unusual for a utility easement to require advance notice to the land owner to come on vacant land to do work, and especially if the utility believes the work may be needed for a... Read more »
We have no contract with Amerigas and have not fixed the gas leak in our home but they have filled the tank twice now in less than a month
answered on Mar 3, 2023
I suggest that you take the following steps:
Contact Amerigas and inform them that you have not authorized them to fill your propane tank, and that there is a gas leak in your home that needs to be fixed before any further propane deliveries are made.
If Amerigas does not comply,... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2023
All states have statutes of limitations that prohibit bringing a claim after a certain number of years. You should contact an Oklahoma oil and gas attorney to determine what statute of limitations applies in your case. The answer will probably depend on a number of factors, such as: 1) when you... Read more »
The meter is built on LoraWan - long range wireless. We contacted Semtech who build LoraWan engineers and they siad the firmware is blatantly faulty. We don't have a contract of ownership of the work product. The meter has my company name, all parts, pieces and inventory I paid for. I also... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2023
Do you have a written contract that can be reviewed? If so, please send to email@example.com/
I have called the electric co. no response It is grandfather in. I have called the public comm.,town of Owego. I get no replies. To have it removed I was told back then in2000 it would cost me 20,000 dollars to move the poll. Can u help me? Thank you. From
answered on Feb 23, 2023
From your post, it looks like you've already reached out to the electric utility and the Public Service Commission. Given the fire hazard you describe, you could also try reaching out to local fire & safety departments and elected officials for guidance. Good luck
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answered on Feb 20, 2023
To find out if stock certificates from 1964 for American Beryllium & Oil Corp and Leroy Corporation are still valid, you can follow these steps:
Check if the company still exists: The first step is to determine whether the companies are still in business. You can search for information... Read more »
I am entering into a oil and gas lease with a company CNX and myself and 6 other heirs are being 15 percent royalties whay other things do i need to ask.. the well has apprently been operating with out notfiying heirs and is just now trying to remedy it?
answered on Feb 17, 2023
You should always have an oil and gas attorney review a lease before you sign it. The lease the landman offers you is almost always in favor of the oil company and unfair to the mineral owner.
Whether the company owes you past royalties or not depends on whether your mineral interest shows... Read more »
I signed up to have solar installed on my home. The installer came out and put panels up but they did not finish the installation. I cannot use my solar panels. The finance company says I still owe them money, however.
The installation company is ignoring me and the finance company.... Read more »
answered on Feb 13, 2023
It's possible that you may be able to void the solar contract and the financing contract if the work was not completed. A lot depends on the wording of what you signed and on how Texas courts are currently interpreting these contracts. You will need to take all your paperwork to an attorney... Read more »
Can I bring a suit against a gas station for the pump not automatically turning off when the tank was full? My wife was pumping gas and the pump didn't turn off when the tank was full. She was sitting in the car when she noticed the gas spewing out of the side. When she went to remove the... Read more »
answered on Feb 2, 2023
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope your wife is okay. It sounds like it could be a difficult case because there's a possibility it could involve costly engineering examination and testing of the release mechanism in the nozzle,... Read more »
I purchased the home in 6/2022. I wasn’t aware that the gas and electric were separate companies until 9/2022 when the previous owner reached out and wanted reimbursed for paying the gas bill from 6/2022-9/2022. She paid it for three months before saying anything. Do I legally have to pay her back?
answered on Feb 2, 2023
The home sale contract that buyer and seller sign, typically specifies that seller must pay for utilities through the date of the closing of the sale, and afterward the buyer is responsible. You would have to pay only if she sues you, the court finds you liable, and enters a judgment against you... Read more »
For context, I accidentally signed a contract with a third party energy supplier. I was able to cancel the contract right away and I confirmed with the company that my account is closed. After my request to cancel the contract, I was able to receive a cancellation number and a notice of... Read more »
answered on Jan 20, 2023
Without reviewing the initial agreement specifically whether there is included the procedure for cancelling, it would appear that the information you provided would support that you proceeded promptly and diligently in cancelling the contract.
Not recorded on my deed and I searched back to 1961.
answered on Jan 12, 2023
I’d search it back further than 1961, but if there’s no easement, they have no right to enter or use your property.
answered on Jan 3, 2023
The bills are presumably for the amount owed, which does not go away even when they shut the water off. In most cases, that amount owed becomes a lein on the property, which means it cannot be sold without being paid off.
At certain times of day I get a blinding glare from the sun’s reflection off their solar panels resulting in loss of use of my kitchen, breakfast nook, living room and patio. HOA says the laws are on their side and the homeowner will not do anything as their installer claims this would reduce... Read more »
answered on Nov 28, 2022
Draw the blinds? You have no options against the installer. It's remotely possible you have a claim against the homeowner. You'd have to retain an attorney to research the law to determine if you have a case.
answered on Nov 27, 2022
It depends on the language of the deed. In Texas, in most cases if the minerals are not withheld via a reservation in the deed, then they go to the grantee/buyer.
Are trying to buy my rights for the property in Oklahoma. I don't know how much it's worth and I don't know how to find out. What kind of lawyer should I talk to and should I find one here or in Oklahoma? Thank you
answered on Nov 21, 2022
Be cautious when dealing with companies who want to purchase the minerals. Often purchasers know much more about your minerals than you do. For example, they may be aware increased development in the near future. Also, they will typically want you to warrant title which means that you may have... Read more »
An oil company is pumping water out of a strip pit that is really close to my house and their pump runs continuously disturbing my sleep all hours of the night.
answered on Nov 8, 2022
Depending on where you live, your subdivision, city or county may have a noise ordinance and you can ask that they send someone out to measure the decibels produced by the pump and see if it violates the ordinance. If that does not work, you could ask the oil company if they are using a muffler on... Read more »
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