Wrongful death and DUI. Grandma was guardian of children but she was in trouble by the law at the time and they refused to give her the money. Children just learned of the lawsuit and want to know if it can be recovered since they are innocent of grandma criminal activity
My friend’s kitten escaped and ran to the neighbors house, and the neighbor intentionally put it in a pen with three dogs who of course attacked it. My friend tried to get there in time, but the kitten died at the vet.
It is only a few days away...also, he comes around property breaking in, following us around town has removed our belongings from home, sends and brings other people to home. Controls water access to the point of us now being boarded up he. Literally much more. Can anyone please help?
He is now out of state as well. He is willing to work with me. I have never met him or seen the property in person. He is asking for half of the deposit to send me the keys. He says it is refundable. He says I dont have to pay the rest of the deposit unless I am going to take the place. Should I do... Read more »
I was in a accident 7/14/19 and a 15 year old was driving the SUV with 2 older women when she made a u-turn in front of me and we collided. None of the women was on the insurance and it was the girl older brother car. The owner of the vehicle is taking his time to contact his insurance and a police... Read more »
i noticed the black mold i told the landlord in may 2019 there has been an hole in the shower area since 2 weeks or more can not use the shower or the AC. I live in woodland Hills, ca a 1 bedroom. the shower is in the same area as the toilet and i have kept the doot closed because it smells. he... Read more »
You are doing the right thing. Ask in writing for a rent reduction. If no answer then write another letter that you will move to a hotel during the work repairs. request a qualified firm to do the work and keep your receipt. Then request a refund for your hotel bill.
Lease signed June 19th, property sprayed June 25th, roaches still present. Manager was informed of infestation and did not mention. Instead gave the month of June for free. I have not been able to move in as of June 29th do to roaches still present?
It depends. If the dog is a vicious dog and has a history of biting, animal control may decide to put it down. Depending on the facts of the incident, it may be returned to its owners. F the bite penetrated your skin, you should contact a dog bite lawyer in your area. Best of luck
He can fix the outside without many problems while you are at work. Some minor things inside if you have complained about those items. Other repairs inside cannot be intrusive unless he is mandated by the City inspectors. If too many repairs infringe on your right to quiet enjoyment, you may ask...Read more »
Landlord didn't give me a 15 day written notice which is required in California before disposing a tenants property.Property consisted of disabled Walker ,disabled shower chair ,tools , vehicle pink slips, In home care documents, medicine , s.s. card ,dryer ,T.V., PS3 game unit & entertainment... Read more »
Landlord has not fixed and it has been almost 3 weeks what remedy do I have as lease doesn't really say anything. I have called multiply time. electrician came by but said he cannot fix it or didn't know what was wrong.
Send a written letter letting landlord know of your habitability problem. If no response is forthcoming, call the city inspector and complaint to him of your house problem. If nothing happens, then call a lawyer to help you. Best of luck.
Landlord claims we’re on a year lease but still hasn’t given us any paperwork to sign or in regards to terms of rental. He has all his personal belongings stored in the garage of our rental property. He also has 4 dogs on the property in a gated area. Is this legal?
It does not matter what he says. If you never signed a lease, you are a month to month tenant. In that case, you can give him notice that if he does not take his things out of the garage, you will move 30 days from your date of Notice. Write your note on the end of the month and send it to...Read more »
because they were moving and couldn't keep them. My sister and I moved out about 2 years ago and she couldn't keep our dog so I've had her and taken care of 100% of the finances and vet bills alone. My sister and I had a fight and she now wants the dog back and has gone back to her ex-boyfriend's... Read more »
I posted negative yelp review after moving. I immediately got a call from property management, which I ignored. I got a vm stating they sent an email and they will be taking me to court for it. I also received a text stating they would “see you in court,” over this review. When I opened the... Read more »
I was told to file a restraining order to make him give a key but he hasn't. I haven't taken my meds for breast cancer or PTSD. My uniforms for work are there at the house. All I have is the dress and sandals I left in. When I went there with the police he literally tossed my lap top and some item... Read more »
No. It is not legal and you have a cause of action against him. Do not sleep on your rights. Act quickly. The police should have had your lanlord open your room for you. Go back to the police and tell them he has not given the key to your apartment and that you need your medicine. Hire a...Read more »
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