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Q: What does satisfaction of judement mean
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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Sep 6, 2011

It means that a judgment has been paid and is therefore "satisfied."

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Ohio on
Q: Can my old landlord keep my deposit for a water bill that i never had to pay untill i moved out?
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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

If your lease provided that you (the tenant) was responsible for the water bill, yes. However, the Landlord needs to send you a detailed accounting of what your security deposit was used for within 30 days of termination of the landlord/tenant relationship. If landlord failed to provide that... Read more »

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Q: Im evicting a couple nonpayt of rent. I am out of state. They filed a tro, I dont know why? what papwk do I file to

To show i have not been near the property. I think they are trying to keep me away for some reason, I have never gone near properties while in an eviction. But the move is to make me look bad in some way. I have not gone to pick up the pro from the bailiff. I have a work contract to prove i have... Read more »

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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

There should be a hearing to determine if the TRO will continue. You should pick up all documents relating to this (I assume that the bailiff has these per your indication) to see when the hearing will be.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for Ohio on
Q: What do I have to do to get a new business permit? an already excesting building but new business.
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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but to form a new business entity you will need to file the proper paperwork (for corporation, LLC, etc.) with the secretary of state. An attorney can advise you as to which entity would best fit your business.

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Q: We do I find the charter, liscense or registration NO to file my 521?
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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

Go to the Ohio secretary of state website and search "business filings" by business name. The registration number will come up.

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Q: My lone partner just quit. I want to continue the business. Do I dissolve the partnership and incorporate?

E-learning business in start-up phase.

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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

More details are needed. Do you have a partnership agreement? Where you registered with the secretary of state?

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Ohio on
Q: HOW DO i SERVE A WRIT OF REPLEVIN WHEN THE LANDLORD IS NOT KNOWN

THE HOUSE WAS SOLD AND THE NEW LANDLORD CHANGED THE LOCKS.

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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

You didn't provide many details, but I can tell you that you can go to the County Recorders website or office to search for the property records to see who the new owner is.

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Ohio on
Q: I have a brother who is incarcarated in prison and has been there for 20 months.

His wife has left him and their home and has moved into a home with her new boyfriend although she is still married. neither her or my brother has made a mortgage payment in 20 months. my father sold the home to them and stayed on the loan as a cosigner and has had to make all of these payments. is... Read more »

Brandi N Buchenau
Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

The simplest thing would be to have the wife and husband quit claim deed the property to your father. But if they are unwilling, I am unsure as to how your father could get the property in his name. I would recommend consulting with a local Real Estate Attorney.

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Q: For a Church to file a Complaint to Quiet Title and Waste Suit, can Statutory Agent file Pro Se?
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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

Generally, a Corporation cannot represent itself in Court (exception being small claims courts). Further, this kind of case really should be handled by an Attorney as these kind of cases can be very complex and go on for an extended period of time.

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Q: Renting property with option to purchase. how do i find out if theres a mortgage on property?
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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 31, 2011

The easiest way is to go to the County Recorders office or webpage and conduct a search on the property to see if any mortgages come up. If there is a mortgage and no release listed, then there is an active mortgage on the property.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for Ohio on
Q: Where can I find the definition of a Sales Contract under Ohio law?
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Brandi N Buchenau answered on Aug 24, 2011

Subsection 11 of the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in Ohio:

http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/1302.01

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