Dispute is between a private resident and a construction company invoice for work performed at home.
answered on Oct 21, 2022
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. A civil litigation attorney should be able to handle a straightforward one. If the matter is highly technical with engineering or architectural attributes, there are construction law attorneys. Good luck
Distance of baseball field to dispensary
answered on Sep 7, 2021
There is not one. The limitation is in reference to a public or private school, so unless this baseball field is on school property, then there is no restriction currently.
answered on Feb 8, 2021
This can dependent on who removed the vehicle and from where. If the vehicle was on private property then §901 would not apply and therefore the 48 hours that you are wanting to enforce is not applicable because the land owners rights supersede your vehicle rights. If the vehicle was removed by... Read more »
I have been with no air all summer, do have window units but its now winter and I have 2 dogs that stays inside. there is no heat provided at all. The air ducts and installation is still not installed and its been like that since May 2019. At time of the lease signing everything was working.
answered on Nov 4, 2019
You must contact the landlord in writing notifying him/her of the problem.Title 41 section 121 of the Oklahoma statutes can be read by you but says the following. C. Except as otherwise provided in this act, if, contrary to the rental agreement or Section 18 of this act, the landlord willfully or... Read more »
I met with the builder couple of times and am paying the architect, engineering and surveyer . he did ask to be copy pasted on all emails and did attend a couple of meetings .. we never had a written contract.. the layout is 65% done and it’s time to give it off for bidding.. this guy was very... Read more »
answered on Jul 16, 2019
Possibly. It depends on what your discussions were. Verbal contracts can be binding. It doesn't help that he was copied on emails and attended some meetings. That may entitle him to some amount of compensation, though probably not much. I would need more information before telling you for... Read more »
Our home was built in 2017, but appears to have structural issues. Would the builder be liable on a structural warranty?
answered on May 24, 2019
The only way you will ever know is to try to sue the builder under the "structural warranty."
We live in Garvin County, OK. a person graded our gravel driveway in lieu of pasture rent. But when the pasture lease was terminated at the end of the lease period, he said we owed him money for the grading. But according to the lease agreement, the grading was supposed to be done as needed in... Read more »
answered on Oct 3, 2017
Sorry for your problems,
You can search here to see if a lien was filed:
If there was contact an attorney about your options. Too many to explain here.
answered on Dec 7, 2013
Zoning ordinances can vary by city and county. You need to know what the permitted uses are under those local rules. If your intended land use is not permitted under the zoning rules, you can try to get the area rezoned, but it is usually simpler to get a zoning variance. A zoning variance is an... Read more »
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