My daughter drew a sexual cartoon picture at school. The school called cps. I went today and they showed me the picture I recognized the cartoon from something I caught her watching on you tube just Couple days ago. Now they want to question her
For example, would the domain name degoogle.com infringe on Google's trademark if the website at that domain displayed affiliate links to more private alternatives to Google's services, such as email, online documents, etc.?
There are 3 ways to end a marriage in California, annulment, legal separation and dissolution (divorce). California does not recognize abandonment as a ground for divorce according to Family Code Sections 2310 to 2313, which states, “irreconcilable differences or incurable insanity” as...Read more »
I live in California. I rented a 1br/1 ba appt and signed a lease stating that if I had unregistered guests that I would be charged $30/night (per the lease I am allowed 2 guests every month for a maximum of 2 days). Over word of mouth when I signed the lease, he told me that it was not enforced... Read more »
If you signed a lease that says you would be charged, then you were aware of the "potential" fees. It also sounds like you breached the lease agreement by letting your friends stay more than the allotted "2 days" per month, and sounds like you further operated in bad faith by...Read more »
We originally had 4 adults listed on the rental agreement but one of them moved out, and we are attempting to have somebody move in to take their place; however, my landlord is insisting on a 10% increase to the rent if a new tenant moves in. Rent was already increased last month and the month... Read more »
Per Civil Code § 1947.12, NO, but there is a whole list of exemptions and exception. But this statute specifically covers your situation and the law limits rent increases to 5% every 12 months, unless EVERYONE moves out and there is a new lease. You don't say how much he increased the rent...Read more »
We did not sign to release the loan contingency because the loan was delayed due to market factors (labor shortage). We asked the seller to sign an extension before the contingency releasedeadline (just needed a few more days for the loan appraisal to come in, and thus needed to push out the loan... Read more »
I am looking to either start a class action or personal lawsuit. There is a company that provides cosmetic surgery and I believe they are using faulty practices, faulty equipment or are just blatantly lying in order to keep a certain percentage of deposits each day and canceling peoples surgeries.... Read more »
Sorry to hear that you were scammed. From your description I would consider this to be Consumer Law, however, because the procedure involves surgery, you might also want to post in Medical Malpractice; and since you are interested in bringing a class action, you could also post as Class Action....Read more »
They would not be for sale and would be decor around the store in an "enchanted forest" theme. For example, Pokemon, Harry Potter, Marvel. The main attraction of the cafe would be food, drinks, and board games. I am wondering if this would be allowed without permission from the owners and... Read more »
Unfortunately, that likely infringes on the rights of the copyright owners. The Velvet Elvis is a bar that had a similar issue and was sued by the estate of Elvis Presley. You should contact an IP attorney to determine the best way to build your brand.
Hi there, I am located in Brisbane Australia. I was born in India and hold Australian Citizenship. I work remotely from Australia for a US company. I have an Indefinite contract with the company, and I pay my taxes in Australia. My company does have 1 offshore office registered in London UK. I was... Read more »
This is an extremely dense, complex and, honestly, inappropriate legal inquiry for a remote legal answer. It requires a detailed, comprehensive and diligent case review with your participation in order to analyze that legal situation properly.
When he refused, Dr cancelled rest of IME. Defendants have issued evidence sanctions even though they have all of my friend's medical records and the nature of his injuries are not ones that would even be visible without any PPE. What are his options? Can he sue the IME Doctor for... Read more »
She is your sub-tenant. Check your lease to see if you need permission for a subtenant. How to evict her? Start with a notice of termination of tenancy- 60 day notice, and serve her a 3 day notice to pay rent or quit. If she does not pay the rent, you can file a UD action against her in the local...Read more »
Once you own the house and the former owner refuses to leave, you are in the position of Landlord and Tenant. You evict them. I would be sure to give them the 60 day notice of termination of tenancy, 60 days before the lease is up. If they hold over you can give them a 3 day notice to quit....Read more »
Recently being sued for on a civil case. I'm still within the 30 day period to respond. I would like to exercise the ADR option, which was included on my summons. Will filing the E-203 - Stipulation and Order to Arbitration/Mediation form suffice as a legal response?
It took 20 minutes to hunt down the Sacramento County Local Court form E-203. No, this is not a response to a summons and complaint and if this is all you file, you will be defaulted and could have a default judgment entered against you. This is an ATTACHMENT to a stipulation for the Court to...Read more »
I was imposition-ed, lied to, accused of drug use in public, used to perform work without compensated, signed notary book and they refuse to show me why? They retaliated because i threaten to report them .
It would seem that you were possible subjected to several civil wrongs, called "torts" by this company, and you may also have wage claims that you can file with the labor commissioner. Yes, you can sue them for the torts that they committed against you, just because they are a 503c...Read more »
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