Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Yes, you can sue him but if he and you did not have insurance then you will just be wasting your time. There will not be any recovery. You should talk to the D.A., maybe he can get him off the road. Just as an afterthought, were you living with a relative or by yourself? Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Is not about fault. The case is about negligence. If you got hurt. You should call a lawyer and he will determine if you have a case relating to the property. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Your landlord is a jerk and may be acting illegally. You have a right to have visitors in your apartment. If you rent a room in his house, that may be different. If he interferes with your BF visiting you, notify him that he is not staying overnight. See what he says about that, If he says he cannot come even for a visit, then he may be in violation of your Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment and you could sue him. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer The building owner is definitely in violation of the warranty of habitability and the tenants are entitled to damages. The facts are somewhat unclear but the City inspectors should be called to make a written report and the landlord should be put in notice to arrange for temporary lodging for the displaced families. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Send her a certified letter that she needs to refund your deposit with interest in full. Tell her that what she is dingbis a violation of the law. Give her a day like 6 days from receipt of your certified letter to refund your monies owed. If she dies not comply with the law, sue her innsmall claims court. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer No. Look at your lease. It should contain a paregraph regarding inspection. You need 24 hour notice!!! Write him a note stating that he stop or next time you will sue him
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer I am always amazed at the ingenuity of Landlord lawyers to come up with new tactics to get tenants evicted. This new scheme does not smell right to me. I will research this tactic more carefully thus afternoon, but my initial reaction is that it may not stand a court challenge. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer It is always a good idea to get references when hiring a paralegal. I believe you need to hire an attorney. A Paralegal is not allowed to practice law. Sorry you were taken. You have not stated what type of case it is , so no one can answer this or give you advice. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Normally, you do not get to sue the store manager personally. You sue the LLC, the Corporation or the entity. However, if the manager in some way caused the harm and got himself personally involved in causing the injury, then you may consider filing a lawsuit for assault, battery and or negligence against the manager and also the legal entity. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Any major changes to the structure are the landlord’s responsibility. Your rights and obligations are determined by your lease. If landlord insists on you paying for the upgrade, then request a reduction in rent or have him talk to an attorney to discuss this matter. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Your best course of action is go to the City inspector and complaint about your living conditions. If you feel feverish or have a lung infection , please go to the doctor and once you have your photos, videos, city inspector report and medical records call your warranty of habitability attorney or a housing problems attorney and ask him to represent you on your case. Do not stop paying rent. Best of luck
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Immediately notify your condo management in writing your concerns and alternative report indicating they do not have to mess up your remodel that you spent 15k. Ask them that if they will pay for any damage to the interior of your house. Ask them to guarantee in writing that they will pay for any damage that they cause to your property. Present your report from your contractor with your letter. Best of luck.
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