Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer Look at the rental agreement or lease you signed, read what it states about paying for utilities and follow the written document that you have. I don't understand why you would be paying for his electricity so I cant figure out what the agreement-if any-you have with the landlord.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer He may not have a lease but he did live there and was most likely considered a tenant, read the statute again, I believe you have to store his things for at least 28 days, better to be safe than sorry. You should also try and contact him through any means available to you, try facebook, phone numbers, email addresses or whatever you have, to make contact with him and let him know his thing are going to be relocated or thrown out. Protect yourself from any litigation. Good luck.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer It depends on the level of sex offender this person is. there are laws that state a sex offender cannot be around minors so check with the local police department to make sure the person is properly registered and is registered for the home the person resides in, and the level and danger to the child is any. The local police are very good at handling these issues as the sex offender is supposed to be known to them and where they reside at all times.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer Its a great question but the law would most likely not support this concept. It is a reach that a car accident could be the cause of someone getting hook on pain medication. It could be argued that the doctor that prescribes the medication may have given out too much or the wrong dose, but its not foreseeable that the driver that caused the accident would be at fault for this happening. I do like the argument though.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer NH is has a two way recording statute. Both parties need to be told that the other party is recording the other, otherwise is is a serious crime. There are exceptions but this does not sound like one of them. Be careful.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer You need to file a motion in the court that you plead or were found liable for the domestic violence. There forms and the rules are on the courts website and you have to follow the rules carefully and notify the attorney generals office. There is a fee but it is reasonable. There are lawyers that handle this. Joe Prieto in Manchester does a good job and knows the ropes. Good luck!
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer Public guardian for what reason and who appointed her? If the person is court appointed then you would petition the court to request that the guardianship be terminated. Good luck!
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer You can always ask the landlord to extend. If the eviction is not court ordered then they must evict you through the courts, which will take about 14-30 days to get the hearing date, the court may also allow you to pay the amount due plus costs and void the eviction.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer Was there anything in writing evidencing that it was a month to month rental? Be very careful with security deposits, the courts do not like it when they are not given back, and not giving it back can result in attorney fees and damages against you for not doing so without proper legal grounds.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer You do not have to respond but it may depend on the written court decision for the guardianship. It may state in the decision what types of contact the mother can or cannot have. Read it carefully. Just keep in mind that generally speaking, courts prefer allowing some types of contact with the parents and a guardians attempt to to keep the alienated parent informed. Also keep in mind these texts and emails are great for putting into evidence so be very careful how you respond, always, if you...
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer First you should demand payment by letter. when that doesn't work you should file in small claims court if you meet the requirements. Filing a small claims case in NH is now done by computer and relatively easy to handle. Good luck!
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer The home inspection is one of the ways a buyer can get out of a contract-it also depends on the purchase and sales contract he signed with you. You could argue that such a minor infraction is not a breach of the agreement and that you should have the ability to cure the alleged defect, or you could get someone else to perform a home inspection on your behalf to give an opinion that this tiny crack does not invalidate your contract. it really depends on how hard you want to fight and how much...
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer If in fact, as you state, she has a month to month tenancy, then you have to give her 30 days notice to quit the apartment. These cases are tricky, if she won't leave, you should hire an landlord tenant attorney. attorney Brian Shaughnessy is the attorney I use to evict my own tenants. He is one of the best in the state.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer It may not be fair but it is common practice. if you were found not guilty you can ask for a removal, if that doesn't work then you can ask the court to anul the arrest record.
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