I was written a ticket for not stopping completely at a 4 way stop. The car in front of me went and I pulled forward. There was a car to my right that wen thru, then it was my turn again. I was stopped for 3-5 seconds.
The landlord is requiring everyone in the complex to have the carpets professionally cleaned before vacating and to show proof with receipt, regardless if there is substantial damage outside of the “normal wear and tear”. The lease says nothing about professional cleaning, only “leave premise... View More
I worked and rented from the deceased 8 years. I was allowed to stay in the rental house in exchange for work or $300. It varied. I was told I could stay as long as I would like. Well, after he died, the son turns my water off without my knowledge. It was in deceased name, but it was furnished.... View More
Many leases have a provision that allows termination after some period of time (often a year) and with some amount of notice (often 30 days). Your lease could have been written differently, you could pay the monthly rent and/or show the...View More
It depends how the injury occurred among several other factors. Contact a MS personal injury attorney listed on this site for answers, and do so quickly as there is a time limit on when you can bring a claim of as short as one year.
The most common way to clear up title on land is to open an estate on the person who has died if you are their direct descendant with no other descendants. There are other ways, but this would likely be the most direct route.
93-15-111. Termination by written voluntary release. (1) A parent or an interested person may petition the court to accept a parent's written voluntary release that relinquishes all of the parent's parental rights to the child.
Ms code 63-7-23(4) Any lamps illuminated when the vehicle is in motion, other than those expressly required or permitted by the provisions of this chapter, shall, if visible from the front, display a white or amber light; if visible from either side, display an...View More
The person that set me up is now willing to tell the truth about how she set me up becouse her mother wanted me locked away. Was begged for over a half an hour. Told her didnt want to do it multiple times. Wouldnt stop begging. Finaly did it so i woild be left alone. Got me giving her $20 worth of... View More
In some instances a felony or minor in possession charges can be expunged. Expungement removes “all records relating to an arrest, indictment, trial, and finding of guilt, in order to restore one to the status occupied prior thereto….” Stallworth v. State, 160 So. 3d 1161, 1163 (Miss. 2015)....View More
The first question to ask is whether there were beneficiaries selected on the life insurance policy. If there were the life insurance proceeds often pass directly to the beneficiaries listed on the policy in the amounts listed.
If there are no surviving beneficiaries, or the form was not...View More
Most offers will also need to include future medical expenses you will incur as a result of the injury. This will usually be in the form of a discussion with your physician about follow up visits, medications or other things you may need in the future.
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