My home was robbed by a friend of mine she was the only one in the home and then within minutes we knew everything was taken and the police were called she also had warrants and other things we did not know about going on through the state. the federal police department wanted to go after her but... Read more »
If she hasn't paid the bill, then it is likely legal. Truth is always a defense to any libel or slander claim. There is also a First Amendment "freedom of speech" issue. You may want to speak with a local attorney to see if there are other facts and circumstances that would make the publication...Read more »
There is likely something wrong or insufficient with the document you are presenting. Is it a springing power of attorney. Has the POA been revoked? I would suggest you speak with an attorney in your area who will be able to assist you.
The legal concept you are proffering is a sublease. The landlord is renting to you and you are in turn renting a portion to others. If the others do not pay their rent, this does not excuse your obligation to the landlord. A landlord/tenant attorney in your area can help you prepare an...Read more »
They convinced us that bullion would be confiscated and then told us the coins they were selling us were worth $2000 each but they're only worth about $1300. She paid $2020 each. She bought 7. I want to sue but need advice as to which laws were violated.
She may have a claim for fraud, fraudulent inducement, material misrepresentation. There are multiple consumer protection laws that may also be applicable. An attorney in your area should be able to help you.
I own my home I lived here for 2 years never had to renew my rental agreement got new owners they want us to sign a month to month but got force into signing it anyways even though I wrote them and told them I want a longer lease they said if I do that then the rent goes up is this true in the... Read more »
The landlord may adjust rent if the periodic term of your lease is up. You can pay the increased rent or refuse and move. Under the Arizona Mobile Home Landlord and Tenant Act (ARS 33-1401 et seq) the landlord would need to terminate the lease and provide appropriate notice. ARS 33-1476. You...Read more »
A general civil lawyer in your area would be sufficient. I would suggest an attorney that is a debt collector, business attorney or contracts attorney.
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