I was outdoors walking from one building to another at my job and I was having difficulty breathing so I slightly lowered my face mask to get a breather. I have never refused to wear a face mask covering and it is not an issue for me to follow company policy. One of the lead mangers confronted me... Read more »
You are an at will employee in California and can be terminated without notice or reason, EXCEPT you cannot be terminated for an illegal reason such as discriminating against you because you have a physical disability. Get a certificate from an MD stating you have respiratory issued and need to...Read more »
You get to speak with the Judge about this at the arraignment and ask for traffic school, but if your son is a minor, probably not. Traffic school is a diversionary program and removes the ticket from the driving record. If this was on the freeway, your son is going 91. In any event, 26 miles...Read more »
The $80, 000 is your separate property, and will remain so unless you do something to indicate that you have gifted it to your community or your spouse. So BEFORE you buy anything that will comingle separate and community property, you need something in WRITING, preferably notarized, from your...Read more »
an item was sold to a friend with written agreement that he would pay an amount for it on a certain date. he agreed to buy the item in the current condition it was in. come the date of payment, he says that he had to hire someone to clean the item and that i am to pay for it. i have not received... Read more »
The buyer is responsible to pay according to the terms of the written agreement. I assume his "agreement" to take the item "as is" was in the written agreement. Even if not, he does not have much to say if the need for cleaning was obvious from a visual inspection, versus...Read more »
I gave her the deposit in mid-November to move in before the 15th of December. I might have found something else at a better rate. Since I was not supposed to move in before the 15th, is she entitle to keep the amount which was half of the rent for December? And since she's only the main... Read more »
The law says your written agreement controls who gets the money. Be sure you have a written agreement whenever you pay more than $10 to anyone for a future act. You can stand to lose $10, but $900 hurts.
If you got a speeding ticket on the 15, you were cited by the CHP, and you signed a ticket. That is your ticket, you don't get another. It has a date for a Court hearing. Your signature was your promise to attend that hearing or show up early, instead of being arrested and taken to jail...Read more »
You should give her written notice and 60 days to retrieve it or you will treat it as abandoned and dispose of it. If she left you, what are you waiting for, you should file for a divorce. You may be liable for her debts until you do. Time to close the book on this story.
It’s the only apartment building in my neighborhood (out of place) for miles there is no apartments and only single family homes. The tenants of this low rent building park on the street all around my property, break into my car multiple times, into my home, I have no safety fit myself or family.... Read more »
Sounds like my neighborhood. We have police and fire at the complex every day. Drugs, domestic violence, you name it. Just keep calling the police every time, get to know the patrolmen. Unfortunately it probably will not constitute a public nuisance. Consult a personal injury attorney in your...Read more »
one month rent free until tenant find the new place. Do I need to do anything to protect myself? I am concern about her health issues. She is hyper allergic and has asthma and coughing when she calls. The rental contract was signed and I was to release their deposit when they move out.
It sounds like you are resolving housing issues but leaving personal injury issues unresolved, meaning you are exposed. Be sure your liability insurance for the rental is in full force and paid up. You should have a written agreement about the settlement, specifying what she is releasing for...Read more »
when signing up for online traffic school. How many days do you have to complete traffic school in California once you received the ticket or were found guilty??? I searched the internet but can't find any info.
You said you were found guilty, not that the Court assigned you to traffic school. This is two different things. You cannot just choose traffic school, unless the Court orders it, or you select this in lieu of a guilty/not guilty plea.
Placed $2000 down-payment for them to hold puppy w/o contract. Puppy is ready to be picked up this week but told them need a little more time, they said they are going to sell puppy and I lose the deposit. Is this allowed in California?
The law abhors a forfeiture. But, you put up $2000 without any kind of written agreement? Apparently it was not very important to you to secure your rights to that money if the deal fell through. They cannot keep the money, particularly if they sell the dog to someone else. Small claims is...Read more »
I turned in a request for my heater and kitchen faucet to be repair, the next day a technician came and repaired the heater and 1 hour later the manager posted a 60 day termination of tenancy on my door.. the notice does not specify the reason why or any information on it. the faucet has not been... Read more »
Sounds like potential retaliatory eviction to me. See Civil Code 1942.5. Not exactly within the statute but could be a breach of the rental agreement and duty of good faith. Assume you are current with rent. Note the LL may have to provide you with move out assistance, 30 day's rent. Seek...Read more »
Probably not. Were they paying rent? Were they on the lease? Were they a tenant? or Were they just a guest that abandoned some property and would not pick it up when reasonably requested to do so? Was 30 days reasonable notice?
I am a pro se litigant in California w/ a federal case in the Superior Court. I am ready to do depositions. Do I absolutely need a court reporter or per Federal Rule 30 can I record via audiovisual or audio and have a notary public administer the oath? Thank you.
As a pro se litigant you are held to the same standards as an attorney. You need an attorney because you obviously don't understand Civil Procedure. You are NOT in a "federal case in the Superior Court." because the Superior Court is a state court not a Federal Court. If you want...Read more »
the agent is same for the first buyer. Agent informed the that 1st buyer informed him via text that they need to backup. Agent did not get any cancellation docs signed. On the same day another buyer sent an offer and a contract was signed with them. Now the 1st buyer wants to continue and the... Read more »
Sounds like you have an overeager agent. Tell the agent that he created the mess, and he needs to straighten it out or he will be paying for your defense on a lawsuit and for damages. If this does not resolve it, you need to file an action to quiet title and for damages against the agent for...Read more »
Serve her with your papers. Then get your attorneys to determine whether to dismiss one case or consolidate the two cases. Dismissal is preferred unless you are seeking something completely different from the wife, such as an annulment. Consult a family law attorney.
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