The prosecutor or District Attorney's office has the final say on all matters forwarded to it. The office will (should) take into considered that drop charge/affidavit of non-prosecution in deciding whether or not to formally file charges. If the accused has or can afford to hire an attorney,...Read more »
In answer to your question, I contend it is just the covenants which are required to be recorded with the Clerk of Court. On the other hand, if the HOA has non-recorded rules and regulations, then it certainly should notify new property owners of its existence and have some sort of mechanism to...Read more »
You can if your son signs the paperwork giving you power of attorney. If your son refuses to do so and you believe your should have some sort of equivalent of a power of attorney over him, then you should consult with an attorney in your area who handles interdictions to see whether or not that...Read more »
The prosecutor or District Attorney's office has the final say on all matters forwarded to it. The office will (should) take into considered that drop charge/affidavit of non-prosecution in deciding whether or not to formally file charges. If the accused has or can afford to hire an...Read more »
My husband was the only child, and his father was remarried. At the time of his passing his step- mother said my husband would get about $30,000 from his JP morgan account and since then she has made her son from a different marriage power of attorney. The stepmother now acts like she never said... Read more »
You should contact a probate lawyer who practices in or near the city/county your father-in-law passed. Discuss in detail your situation and see what said lawyer advises. It is worth the cost of a consultation to get information. Good luck.
I am not certain there is a requirement for insurance, however if the coroner does obtain insurance, either the office of the coroner or the parish in which the coroner is located would most likely obtain the insurance as there is no requirement that each coroner be insured by the same insurance...Read more »
deed restrictions. The Bylaws are the rules and regulations for management and administration. The Resolutions are additional rules and regulations that the association may adopt." There is no mention of the Bylaws and Rules having to be publicly recorded. Farther down under "Are HOA... Read more »
Someone else may give you a more direct answer to your question, however, I think more information is needed and I would also suggest that depending on the your specific situation, then perhaps some discretion (no matter the answer) might be in order. That is, while ignorance is not usually a...Read more »
More information is needed, however if it's a garden variety careless operation citation, you should not be facing any jail time. That said, any moving traffic citation (which careless operation is), can impact your insurance rates and thus, your pocket book monthly, for a few years so I...Read more »
Yes, a naked owner can in general be homeless, however, what I would suggest is the naked owner seek a consult with a lawyer, discuss the current situation and see what, if anything, can be done to perhaps change the circumstances.
I got a ticket where police told me you did not stop when turning right, which I did but at the time did not want to argue with him. When I got the citation from him, I saw he mentioned ran a red light.
On your court date go to Court and let the prosecutor know you are challenging/contesting the ticket. Better yet, contact a local traffic ticket attorney to represent you and possibly go to you on your behalf. Good luck.
If the governing documents specifically state this, then yes but it is highly unlikely that it does. On the other hand, you have a right to inspect the books---I would recommend that you contact a local HOA/real estate lawyer and sit down and discuss the specifics of your dispute and then decide...Read more »
The plaintiff made the stipulation to settle down something and the defendant signed on it. The defendant had the Judge signed on it 2 weeks later as well. Unfortunately, the defendant realized there were errors in the stipulation at the moment the Judge signed it.. The defendant didn't find... Read more »
If defendant is represented by a lawyer then speak to the lawyer immediately----if no lawyer is involved, then I highly recommend that the defendant immediately contact a lawyer to discuss the specifics of this and determine how to proceed further. Any lawyer will need a copy of the document in...Read more »
I bought a car December of 20, in March of 21 I ended up in some road construction work that we were being flagged to drive through. I proceeded to drive through like normal. Until my serpentine belt started squealing pretty much immediately and I asked the flag boy what was that down on the road?... Read more »
Your post suggests that the date of incident is in the year 2021----is that correct? If so, you may be out of time as in Louisiana you have 1 year from the date of incident in which to file your tort claim. If you did file a lawsuit and you have a lawyer representing you in said lawsuit then...Read more »
The home owners built their home with cash and the home has never had a mortgage. Therefore there has never been a deed recorded on the home. They wish to leave the home and adjacent buildings to a specific grandchild. How do they go about this?
If the owners want to leave the property to a specific grandchild, then they either have to sell/donate the property before their death or do it via a will. As attorney Tournet mentioned, please reach out to a local succession/estate planning/will lawyer in your area-----this is doubly important...Read more »
Call the Baton Rouge Bar Association (225-344-4803) or the Louisiana State Bar Association (800-421-5722) and ask if they can provide you with contact information for the type of lawyer you are seeking. Good luck.
I will like to know how to seek legal representation about a situation I recently had regarding wrongful termination by retaliation. I made a complaint to my manager regarding the passive-aggressive behavior and possible discrimination of a QA lead. Unfortunately, the very next day, I was... Read more »
Use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for employment and/or labor law attorneys in your area---call a few for a consultation and then proceed accordingly. Some of the lawyers will charge you for a consult and others may not so I would find that out when you first contact them. Good luck.
In a court of law, you will have to prove each and every element of your case, which in this context means that any monies/reimbursement you are seeking needs to be proven to be related to the incident. If the attacker contends that what you have provided is insufficient (and a Court agrees) then...Read more »
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