Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Assuming you have already sent her a letter telling her to turn the water and she has refused. Call the City inspectors and tell them to cite her for depriving you of water and sewage. Once the city inspects your house and cites her, talk to a Tenant lawyer to advise your further. Best of luck:
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer I think that you could sue both, the car owner and the manufacturer. It would be a great case that would set a precedent for litigation against driverless cars. Best of luck
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer If your landlord did not fix the house problems such as bad plumbing and holes in the wall, ten your landlord may be in violation of the law. Please consult with a Tenant Lawyer regarding this issue. Best of luck.
Unfortunately, unless you have any issues related to warranties of habitability, i.e. housing issues such as: rat invasions, cockroaches, bedbugs, broken stairs, lack of heaters, bad wiring, sewer back-ups, leaky plumbing, etc., which the landlord has not fixed on a long time, you may end up without a place to live. Call a Tenant lawyer to help you if you have any of these issues. Best of luck
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer The landlord should consult with his insurance company to find out whether his policy can provide temporary shelter for the displaced families. The benefits would be the difference of the normal rent and the rent for the new dwelling. Since the damage was caused by unlicensed contractors, the owners may be on the hook if they knowingly hired said contractors.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer If you wrote a check to your landlord but there were no funds available in your account when his bank attempted to collect the funds from your bank account, then his bank would charge him a fee. This charge is an amount that your landlord would pay automatically. However, if the reason why he is being charged is your lack of funds which can occur in a microsecond, then you would be responsible. It is harsh, but that is the way he would see it. if you do not pay, your landlord may decide to...
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer This is a very tricky question. You seem to meet the elements of a DV case, however, you are not married to the housemate and you do not have an intimate relationship that would qualify him as a boyfriend or living companion. The law in this case is that you may have to file a civil restraining order based on the facts stated by you. If he is verbally abusing you or your child, the Court may recommend a restraining Order or jail time. It is based on facts and proof. Additionally, this type...
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Yes. You can sue the landlord for failure to provide a/c on hot days. It would help if you could provide medical records of your daughter elevated temperature and also documentation that you notified your landlord of the several property violations. You have technical violations but the damages recovery is based on the severity of the injuries suffered and proof that you can provide at trial. IIt helps if you have City inspector reports and medical records. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer It is a sad tragedy and there is no way to make the dog owner feel better. only time will do that. Researchers say that losing a dog is like having a family member dying on you. Show compassion for the loss. Do not blame the dog owner and express your sorrow in a manner that is not confrontational.
Explore with your car insurance company whether they can handle it. Do not talk to the dog owner and do not make any offers to settle. If the car insurance refuses to do it. Then talk...
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Your situation is one of real distress. Your dwelling is not only in serious violations of the habitability codes but also in violation of permits required for modifications to a house. If you call the City inspectors, you assume the risk to be told to move out by the City inspectors. On the other hand, if you do not do so, your LL will continue to harass you. So, one of the solutions may be to ignore him and wait for him to make his move.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer That is what partition is about. He can petition the court for the sale of the property and for his share of the proceeds. If you want to make a claim for monies spent by the decedent, you have to do it through his executor. Best regards.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer If YOU ARE A TENANT, SHE HAS TO GIVE YOU AT THE BAREST MINIMUM 30 DAYS TO MOVE OUT. HOWEVER, IF YOU ARE JUST A BOYFRIEND WHO DOES NOT CONTRIBUTE ANY MONEY TOWARDS RENT AND ARE LIVING FOR FREE, THIS BECOMES MORE DIFFICULT. SHE COULD CALL THE COPS ON YOU AND ACCUSE YOU OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND OR AWFUL THINGS AND YOU COULD BE REMOVED PHYSICALLY OR ARRESTED BY THE COPS, WHO COULD CONCEIVABLY ISSUE A TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER. I DO NOT KNOW ANY SPECIFIC FACTS REGARDING YOUR SITUATION BUT THIS...
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer A rental home should include a stove and a fridge. However, I am guessing here that the problem here is that the will also provided for all personal property to go to his heirs.
A used fridge is worth only a couple of hundred dollars. An attorney will cost you between $1500 to $2500 to get involved in this case. So, offer to buy the fridge from the estate, which could probably be a couple hundred and see how that works out for you. Best of luck!!!
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer Go to your city home inspector and demand that they come to your place to write up a report of the living conditions of your home. Also, write a letter to the landlord and keep a copy. Send it certified mail. If he does not fix the problem in 20 days call a lawyer. There are several violations of the warranty of habitability and you need to call a lawyer right away to get compensation for your damages. Best of luck.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer If you live in his house, definitely yes, If you ae renting a separate house and he places a sign in your lawn without your consent, that is a tricky one. It is still his house but you rent the dwelling and he can argue the yard is his. Does the lease give him any rights to post any signs? my guess is not, however, it would be interested to test that policy. You want to get along with your landlord or give him a piece of your mind. If the latter, write him a letter telling him you do not...
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