I've been staying there for 9 months my whole body smells like the stuff I've seen four dermatologists and they've said nothing is wrong. I believe it may be some form of secret society group at work. Idk if I go to police if I will be taken seriously.
I think the best way to be taken seriously and to either prove or disprove your point is to take a video of someone collecting a sample of the water and then sealing and sending that sample for testing to a lab.
Land purchased before marriage. Never put deed in our names. Divorced 3 years ago without mention of propertyin the divorce. ExWife paid taxes last 3 years and occupied the home. Husband just put property deed into his and new wife's name. Told ex wife and 18 year old child they are squatters... Read more »
Basically, anyone can file an adverse possession claim but that doesn't mean anything about the likelihood of obtaining a successful judgment. In New York, the standard for an adverse possession claim has evolved but the strength of the claim is heavily dependent on the facts of the...Read more »
The fourth heir wants to put house on market to see if a bidding war would happen to maybe get a few thousand more as where the other three are willing to take the garunteed cash offer at apprised value. Can the executor accept the cash offer or do all have to be in agreement
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Mid year through the lease, I had to move out but the landlord did not want to break the lease even with three months notification. A friend moved in and has been paying the rent with personal check. The landlord is now suspicious. What can I do?
If you moved out and had someone not on the lease move in to the apartment and pay rent, you have effectively subleased your apartment. Most leases prohibit tenants from subleasing without the landlord's consent. You ask, "What can I do?" The answer to that question depends upon...Read more »
Westchester county NY. Never been arrested first offense. Tried to get the police report and the police doesn’t want to give me one. 2 breathlyzer one highway and the HQ. I don’t know how much the police found BAC. High education, 30, full time employee. Can go down to DWAI since is first... Read more »
A first offense DWI with no aggravating factors may be able to be reduced to a DWAI violation, but it will depend on the BAC. The Westchester DA's office is very specific about how they handle different BAC readings. You should hire an attorney, so that can try to get the paperwork from the...Read more »
I took a picture of my foot in a company car and for the first time in years it for some reason was an issue to him. Literally my own foot . Could not identify anything else, riding a half hour to a location for work. He also regularly harasses me and makes inappropriate comments making me fear... Read more »
Are you working off the clock? Unpaid overtime for answering calls, texts, emails? He might owe you for up to 6 years of unpaid wages. You could insist on being paid for all that time and firing you for that would be retaliation.
Have you considered telling him that you find his behavior...Read more »
Westchester county NY. Never been arrested first offense. Tried to get the police report and the police doesn’t want to give me one. 2 breathlyzer one highway and the HQ. I don’t know how much the police found BAC. High education, 30, full time employee
It's a statutory DWI (per se) and DWI based on common law. When you get charged with DWI, you are often charged with both. 1128A is a unsafe lane change violation. I strongly recommend that you retain an experienced attorney since it's a complicated area of law with serious ramification...Read more »
If you are not protected under any of the existing rent regulations and you don't have a current lease, the landlord may properly serve you with written notice terminating your tenancy on 30-90 days notice. If you fail to vacate, the landlord would then have to commence a holdover proceeding...Read more »
I am renting a house with a 3 year possible commitment. The lease states: "Yearly lease has potential for renewal up to 3 years with the rate staying the same and after the first year the ability for tenants to give 30 days notice of vacating without penalty" If the owner decides to... Read more »
Leases, like other contracts, cannot always be accurately reviewed by looking at just one sentence or clause. Therefore, your best course of action to obtain an accurate answer to your question would be to forward the entire lease to an attorney and have it reviewed.
Can my wife apply for a green card if I do not have my own apartment yet? I was residing outside of the US since I turned 18, and was living with my girlfriend, but now I am back in the US and live with my mom temporarily. Can my wife apply even though we do not have our own apartment in the US... Read more »
Having your own place to live is not a pre-requisite to filing for adjustment of status. It would be helpful to have your mom complete an Affidavit affirming that you are living with her and state other facts that give your mom no doubt that you are a "true" (vs. fake) marriage. I...Read more »
What exactly do you mean by "I have the deed"? Is the deed in your name? Did a transfer deed into your name ever get recorded or even written? Merely having possession of the piece of paper (the deed) does not give you possession of the property, even if it was given to you with that...Read more »
When contacting the APT they claimed that I would have to get a handicap pass and then use those spots which I told them that I did not need a spot within 200ft and just need it in the front lot compared to the back lot which is much further
This is something that only the experienced landlord-tenant attorneys here are qualified to advise on. But your post remains open for three weeks, and you have a medical condition that is creating a hardship for you. You could reach out to the landlord-tenant attorneys here (using the Find-a-Lawyer...Read more »
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