I have a application on file and willing to name a co inventor for help with this huge law suit. Has to be a nice person and a patent litigation attorney. I'm truly the real inventor I proved that december 3rd 2019 my name begins with a c. This can be not only a big opportunity for me but a co... Read more »
The answer to your question depends on what is stated in your month-to-month lease. If it is a written lease, there should be a provisions that states what "exclusive use" you have compared to the other tenants to the premises. If it is silent, you do not have any "exclusive use" to any part of the...Read more »
The buyers guide has as is checked but also says Integrity Warranty Services 3month/3000 miles. The dealer told us at the time of purchase it is a powertrain warranty and "if it has gas, grease or fluids it's covered" They did not explain any details or limitations or provide a copy of the... Read more »
Generally in Virginia, a Warrant in Debt is served by the Sheriff or a Deputy Sheriff on the Defendant at that person's place of residence, however, it is possible to file a Motion based on good cause shown to request a judge to give permission for the Warrant in Debt to be served at the...Read more »
They moved in feb. Chased rent a few times. Late Sept they contacted landlord stating they would pay an extra 50 for being late on oct rent. They Contacted again in late oct goin to be late nov. But in nov made a partial payment for oct. Still no payment for nov. With promise to pay dec 21st.... Read more »
The claim is for money owed. You can file a civil Warrant in Debt in the jurisdiction in which the premises is located and against the person who owes the money. Your hurdle may be to find the former roommates since the Court requires that person be served in order for the Curt to have jurisdiction...Read more »
The new landlord said they're not likely to sell, but the property has two houses and it's possible she'll want to sell mine. There are plenty of people right here who would want to rent it, so I'm wondering--can I say no to adding that clause? Is it legal in VA or do I have no leverage if it's... Read more »
Assiming you have a written residential lease in place, and if your question is whether a new title owner of the Property is entitled to unilaterally change the terms of your lease with the previous title owner, the answer is no. A residential lease can only be changed or modified by mutual...Read more »
How long after I file the unlawful detainer will he have to get out. He has no lease,month to month, 3 police reports for violence, conviction for disorderly conduct and he is running my bills up on purpose. He's loud, drunk, and crazy. I want him out as fast as I can get him out. Will he get... Read more »
In order to have your ex-spouse ordered to leave the premises, you must have a court order. You can file an Unlawful Detainer, have it served on him and then ask a judge to enter an Order for Possession.
After moving into an apartment in Arlington, VA in December, my girlfriend and I indicated an air spillage issue that was occurring in the master bedroom in our move-in inspection. Maintenance came and confirmed the leak but failed to follow up. We recently put in another maintenance order to get... Read more »
You can call the Office of Housing Code Enforcement for Arlington County and make a complaint. An inspector should come to inspect the housing problem. They may issue a Notice of Violation to the Landlord. You can also tell the Landlord that you will file a Tenant's Assertion and ask for a rent...Read more »
Father died intestate in VA, heirs are wife and two children from previous marriage. Wife is personal representative of estate. Father had large collection of vintage musical instruments (personal property) and over the last 4 years they have been appraised and sold. Two children did not agree to... Read more »
If you are listed as an Heir at Law in the Estate, you have a right to receive an accounting from the Personal Representative of the Estate and have a right to contest the accounting as well as the conduct of the Personal Representative.
I signed a sublease after graduation because I got a job offer, but later the job became unavailable and I was only approved for the apartment based on the fact that I would be getting the income from this potential job. Should I be able to get out of this sublease situation if I do not have this... Read more »
I just moved out of my apartment with my ex due to him being violent. He got mad and is now saying that I half to pay half the rent or we will get evicted and he will sue me. We agreed that he pay $1000 and I’d pay $400. I have text messages of him stating that he would give me the $1000 for the... Read more »
If you and your ex-spouse are both designated as tenants on the lease, you are probably jointly and severally liable for the payment of all of the rent. If the landlord files an unlawful detainer for unpaid rent, either you or your ex-spouse can join the other tenant by a cross claim for...Read more »
I was involved in a car accident back in February 2017. My symptoms started much later. I started receiving the help I needed, lawyers will not help me because the statute of limitation was too close. I decided to move forward on my own and they denied my claim 2 months later. Which fell after the... Read more »
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