We've recently bought a house (build in 1959). House had old vinyl tile. After starting remodeling, we've discovered that there is significant dampness under the tiles. It appears that many tiles have been re-glued with silicone based glue (different than original glue). We believe seller knew of... Read more »
Retaining walls that were to be designed within city requirements to not need a permit. Walls were built, and measurements now show it needed a permit. Also, wall is leaning away from dirt it is retaining, and, after first rain-season, multiple sinkholes have developed on the tiers the walls are... Read more »
Agent contracted with handyman to remodel my house ($20,600 worth for 13 projects), to be repaid at escrow . He’s so far behind from working multiple contracts (he only shows up few hours a week ) that he will miss next week ‘s contract deadline. but agent refused to fire him, because she... Read more »
You can create and copyright/protect architiectural and other non-structural designs and design building and construction plans for a 2 story wood frame home for building permits without any architectural license.
You can also protect the original aspects of that design by contract and also...Read more »
AA l ost my luggage during a international move (relocating for a job) and as a result, I have lost irreplaceable documents such as diplomas and other property. I am looking to apply for graduate school so this may have an impact on my application eligibility. Furthermore, I will never be able to... Read more »
It’s possible that this gives you a very broad easement.
But to give you a firm opinion an attorney would need to look at the subsequent title history of all the properties involved as well as any recorded court history as it is possible the easement was lessened or revised or cancelled...Read more »
We paid bought a bar in March of 2019- DBA, liquor license, all assets connected to the business. All accounts including credit lines, utilities, vendors etc. were supposed to be transferred or closed. Recently, I received a statement that there is a line of credit in the business name that the old... Read more »
Scaffolding company put their scaffolding on a small decorative wall and cracked it. The house is 90 years old, the wall was standing strong. But when cracked it is apparent the wood inside is gone. But it really did not matter as the stucco was thick and intact. The scaffold company claims they... Read more »
Hi, I had work in an art gallery for a show, and when the show was over the gallery owner asked me to leave one piece of work with him so that he could try to sell it. It has been about two and a half years now. I texted with him about getting it back about a year ago and he agreed we'd try to meet... Read more »
We submitted billing for a partial contract amount, waited for two months only to find out that the general contractor is requireing us to submit a materials/ labor breakdown. This was not stated in the initial signed contract and in my opinion is a breach of what I consider to be trade secrets.
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